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Pupil transportation seems like a big expense. Why not ask parents to help pay for bussing students to school?

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Pupil transportation seems like a big expense. Why not ask parents to help pay for bussing students to school?

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A. Based on state statute, school districts are required to provide transportation to resident children and cannot charge for this service. Under Connecticut law, “each local or regional board of education shall furnish, by transportation or otherwise, school accommodations” to resident children (C.G.S. 10-186 (a) and C.G.S. 10-220).

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