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bus·ing

or bus·sing  (bŭs′ĭng)
n.
The transportation of schoolchildren by bus to schools outside their neighborhoods, especially as a means of achieving racial integration.

busing

(ˈbʌsɪŋ) or

bussing

n
1. the practice of transporting by bus
2. (Sociology) US the transporting (of children) by bus from one area to a school in another esp, in the US, to create racially integrated classes
3. (Education) US the transporting (of children) by bus from one area to a school in another esp, in the US, to create racially integrated classes

bus•ing

or bus•sing

(ˈbʌs ɪŋ)

n.
the transporting of students by bus to public schools outside their neighborhoods.
[1960–65, Amer.]
Translations

busing

[ˈbʌsɪŋ] nramassage m scolaire (pour combattre la ségrégation)
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But since most of Evanston's neighborhoods don't reflect that level of diversity, it's unlikely the school district could achieve integration without busing and custom-made attendance areas.
Mills and other black parents from Evanston's west side, who have grown weary of the inconveniences of busing, ask themselves the same thing.
PALMDALE - The Palmdale School District will eliminate busing to three regional schools and change attendance boundaries for 16 of its 23 schools this coming school year as part of a plan to save $857,000.