January 23rd, 2012
School Bus Ads Could Help Struggling Districts
Faced with growing budget constraints, school districts and state lawmakers are considering a proposal that would allow advertisements on the sides of school buses.
Senate Bill 226, authored by State Sen. Pat Miller, R-Indianapolis, would require the state school bus committee to adopt rules that allow paid advertisements on buses.
Miller’s district includes Franklin Township, where the school district stopped providing busing, instead contracting with the nonprofit Central Indiana Educational Service Center, which charges $475 per child.
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