They were always fooling around and trying to impress girls, distracting everyone from learning. Sitemap Close Sitemap. Heads of all boys schools will cite the uptake of art, music and drama amongst their students, which they feel would not be replicated in a co-ed environment. What can educators and parents do about the gender gap between boys and girls?
Teachers can teach very risky subjects such as sex-ed when they think the students are mature enough to handle it.
Wendy Kaminer. Views Article Discussion Edit History. I've joined coed camps like CTY, therefore I have comparison. The argument basically states to not do something because you will get bullied for it. However the Court left room for private i. Having read some of the opinions, I can see good in both sides.
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The positive health effects of single-sex schools pointed out in the same Dr. In fact, recent research seems to show that the gender gap between boys and girls has closed. There is also another issue for schools to deliberate, is there a danger that by treating boys and girls differently we teach them they are inherently different?
I'm not sure if that's scientifically true, but for argument's sake, we'll say it is. Teachers of all-girl classes seemed to validate the idea that girls performed better in single-sex classes. Among the findings:. Co-ed is seen as a fully inclusive model of education and acknowledges that there are no gender specific answers to learning and that it is important that boys and girls learn the same life skills.
Feedback: Say: Who would like to share your answers? Most K schools throughout the country are now requiring students to take a world language as a graduation requirement. When children are seperated, they become more stereo typical.