Hoboken to privatize school buses, lay off drivers as part of budget cuts

Superintendent Mark Toback says the proposed budget includes

Superintendent Mark Toback says the proposed budget includes as many as 60 layoffs throughout the school district, including the entire transportation department. (May 8, 2014 6:47 PM)

A proposal to privatize school buses in Hoboken is expected to save the district money, but will change how students get to and from school.

Superintendent Mark Toback says the proposed budget includes as many as 60 layoffs throughout the school district, including the entire transportation department.

Some parents and the union president say it's a bad idea not only for bus drivers...

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