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computed in proportion to the property owned, and was responsible for the building of the school house. The general levy or school tax also provided shelter, fuel, grain, hay and other necessities for the teacher.
The teacher's salary and school expenses were covered by a tuition fee which was computed according to the number of children of school age and was collected like any other tax. 25
The curriculum of these schools was dictated by the church and
Long time text in Mennonite Private Schools.