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Local school bus driver gets college degree amid pandemic

June 30, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

The 30-year-old Massachusetts resident describes himself as a former burnout was inspired by the hundreds of kids he drove to school every day.

When schools shifted to online learning, a Massachusetts bus driver decided to go back to class.

The students he drove to school taught him a lesson in patience and told him that he should be a teacher. "That hit home for me and finally I just, was like, 'You know what, I am going back to school,'" he said. During the pandemic, Ward became one of the top students in his class, earned academic awards and finished with a perfect 4. 0 GPA. This fall, he plans to continue attending classes with the goal of becoming a high school history teacher. Ward said the students he drove to school each day taught him that achieving goals is more important than how you get there. "We all come from different walks of life," he said.

—When schools shifted to online learning, a Massachusetts bus driver decided to go back to class.

The students he drove to school taught him a lesson in patience and told him that he should be a teacher. "That hit home for me and finally I just, was like, 'You know what, I am going back to school,'" he said. During the pandemic, Ward became one of the top students in his class, earned academic awards and finished with a perfect 4. 0 GPA. This fall, he plans to continue attending classes with the goal of becoming a high school history teacher. Ward said the students he drove to school each day taught him that achieving goals is more important than how you get there. "We all come from different walks of life," he said.

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