True, but in the USA, school districts can sucker the taxpayer for more money by having the use of a high cost special trained transportation written into the kid's education plan, thereby creating employment for their friends and family. After all, in the USA, the public education system is operated by families in most districts. Generations of educators make a lot of money off the taxpayer that way. in the end, the adults in this systm make all the money, and the kids get squat. Let's face it, it does not take a ton of money to teach anyone anything. Public schools in the USA are nothing more than antiquated baby sitters for parents who need to work two or three jobs to pay taxes for these educators.