Single-Sex Versus Coeducational Schools
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In this article, the writer discusses whether students work better and achieve more in a coeducational environment or in a single-sex academic environment. The writer examines the pros and cons of single-sex academic programs and anecdotal evidence suggesting that coeducational programs are less effective because students remain distracted throughout the day and are more disruptive and less focused on academic achievement
From the Paper:"According to an essay written by Kenneth Cooper and published in 'Issues in Higher Education' the idea of segregating students by gender in the United States has been around for more than .... years. In fact until the late .... century, education in the United States was always a single sex process. Initially only boys attended school. When girls eventually were allowed to attend school it was hoped that a benefit of their presence would be that rough behavior of schoolboys would be tempered ..."
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