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Discipline and labor in a Lancaster school were provided by an economic system.
Scrip, a form of money meaningless outside the school, was created at a fixed exchange rate from a student's tuition.
Every job of the school was bid-for by students in scrip.
The highest rendered.
However, any student tutor could auction positions in his or her classes.
Besides tutoring, students could use scrip to buy food, school supplies, books, and childish luxuries in a school store.
The adult supervisors were paid from the bids on jobs.

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