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That’s what makes those sets valuable for an education background, and not necessarily for the general consumer.
Not cheap, but worth the money to me.
To those people who think schools have money to throw out of the windows on expensive Lego: this might be true for some schools/regions/countries, but there's plenty of counterexamples of teachers having to buy there own class material.
I'm pretty sure Lego Education material is not priced the way it is because of "schools have money to waste anyway".
The value in Lego Education is in the quality of the material and the lesson plans.
I've recently started using disposable foil barbeque trays for sorting. Obvs not on the same durability level but they've survived a few sorts so far, are incredibly cheap, stack perfectly, and are fully recyclable! https://cdn.bmstores.co.uk/images/hpcProductImage/imgFull/341035-5pk-foil-baking-tray.jpg