WEDNESDAY WELLNESS: New research links low-emission buses and improved student test scores
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – As our kids start another school year, reflect on the importance of how they get to class. A recent study published by Georgia State University linked low-emission bus exhausts to improved academic performance. Research found that students who rode on low-emission buses like those that use propane missed school less and performed better on tests than students who rode on diesel buses. In fact, this fall, more than 1.3 million students will use a propane school bus to get to school every day, with 22,000 propane school buses on the roads today in 49 school districts. States.
Tucker Perkins, President and CEO of the Propane Education & Research Council, discusses the new research and the benefits of using low-emission buses. He will explain why school districts in many parts of the country have switched fleets of school buses to propane and why this has had a huge impact on the economy and the environment. You will also learn how large companies are converting their fleets to alternative fuels. We will also check which school districts use propane buses in your market.
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