Debate - Single Sex schools vs. Co-ed schools

• Children should be exposed to gender differences in schools. The formative years of children are the best time to expose them to the company of the other gender, in order that they may learn each others’ behavior and be better prepared for adult life. The number of subjects benefiting from single-sex discussion is so small that this could easily be organized within a co-educational system.
• Single-sex schools foster disorders toward opposite sex. Being educated with a whole class of the same sex, girls or boys will be afraid of communicating with the other sex after graduation, because they don't know how. This can develop into a kind of mental disorder or phobia.
• Some studies ...

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and gender-fair instruction". These can all be present in co-educational schools.
• Boys and girls have a good influence on each other's education. They engender good behavior and maturity – particularly as teenage girls usually exhibit greater responsibility than boys of the same age. Academic competition between the sexes is a spur to better performance at school.
• Single-sex schools are a throwback to the patriarchal cultures. In many historical cultures, only men were allowed an education of any sort. To perpetuate this is to remind women of their past subservience and to continue to hold them from full social inclusion.
• Teachers possibly becoming the wrong objects of interest in students. Taking the example of placing a young, beautiful lady teacher in an all boy’s high school, what do you get when pitting a female teacher with boys in their teens with raging hormones? Clearly, we can see that the teacher’s physical statures will obviously distract the class from ...

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Added: 9/20/2011 10:50:29 AM
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