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Specialists with Pittsburgh Public Schools assert that a couple of teachers have driven understudies home due to school ships that are late or don't show up. 

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"It's outstandingly disillusioning considering the way that I have no idea where my child is, where she gets away from school, or even on the vehicle, when I accept she's getting on the vehicle I'm finding she truly wasn't," parent Holly Williams said. 

Williams' young lady, Allyson Mohr, is a second-grade understudy at Banksville K-8. 

Williams said her young lady was made a beeline for her school transport stop by a teacher — instead of her school transport — this past Friday. 

"The teachers took it upon themselves, and we're genuinely thankful for them doing that, but that isn't their work. They get remunerated to show our kids, not to move them," Williams said. "God block something would have happened, they're in their vehicle." 

Williams said she kept things under control for her 7-year-old young lady, focused, and with no notification that she would be late, or appear by a substitute methodology. 

Pittsburgh Public Schools agent Ebony Pugh said a couple of teachers have driven a couple of understudies home when moving is an issue. 

Pugh in like manner said that delegates of the First Student transport association have been made careful that gatekeepers and schools ought to be arrived at when transports will be late or not gave. 

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