JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now)- Protesting Jackson school bus drivers say they thought progress would be made during discussions with Superintendent Dr. Cedrick Gray Tuesday morning.
"He came in and said, you want to be heard and I hear you. But my concern is these children. I'm gonna ask you my last time, let's get those buses back on the road. There was no monologue, dialogue, with him and the drivers," says Ernest Slaughter, a 20-year veteran bus driver.