The bus is a rental, a field trip and party vehicle converted three hours a day, three days a week into a preschool classroom. Inside, on bench seats running lengthwise down the bus, kids are counting, coloring, laughing and occasionally throwing in a wobbly handstand on the rug at the back end, in front of the emergency exit. Outside, classmates are making noodle necklaces and building with colored blocks. State preschool advocates call it a unique way to address the dire need for facilities to ensure all children have access to quality preschool options.
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