The Florida Legislature
Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability
Some States Allow School Districts to Charge Parents for School Bus Transportation or to Advertise in or on School Buses to Raise Additional Revenue, Report No. 11-24, December 2011
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Some states allow school districts to raise additional revenues to supplement the funds they receive from traditional state and local student transportation sources. For example, 12 states allow and 1 state mandates districts to charge parents fees to transport their children to and from school. In addition, 13 states allow school districts to advertise on the inside and/or outside of school buses. In general, states give school districts considerable decision-making authority to determine how to implement such policies.
Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?
Public Schools (K-12 Education)
What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?
- Report No. 04-24 Florida’s Enterprise Zone Program Is Similar to Those of Other States,published in March 2004.
- Report No. 04-10 School Districts Can Take Steps to Substantially Reduce Their Transportation Costs,published in February 2004.
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