Drivers on strike: An unidentified woman arrives with her children by taxi at Public School 33 in New York on Wednesday. Tens of thousands of New York children who usually ride school buses took subways, taxis and private cars to school as more than 8,000 bus drivers and aides went on strike. Members of the Amalgamated Transit Union are demanding more job security. Among those most reliant on New York’s school buses are special education students and others who live far from schools or public transportation.

Associated Press

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