Co ed vs single sex
Number of single-sex private schools 'halved in 20 years' 24 Apr For a start, their social skills, in the shape of their ability to mix naturally with the opposite sex, would be severely lacking. More seriously, in compensation for their perceived classroom inferiority, boys could develop unrealistic and even sexist attitudes. Without girls in the classroom to correct any misconceptions, it would be far easier for generalities and prejudices to fester. I have to come clean here: I went to an all-boys school myself and, while my exam results were OK, in other ways this education proved less positive.
Single-sex versus co-ed: why neither is 'best'
Single-sex vs coeducational schools: how parents can decide the best option for their child
But in co-ed schools both genders work together and that vanish the scared to talk or work in front of the opposite gender Report Post Why Coed Schools are Better than Single-sex Schools Nika has a tough decision to make. Will she go to a single-sex school or a coed school? Will she go to a single sex school and become aggressive towards boys, not have experience with diversity, and not be prepared for the real world? Or will she go to a coed school and be prepared for adult life, understanding and sympathetic of everyone, and have experience with diversity? Going to a single-sex school means that boys only have school with boys, and girls only have school with girls.
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Single-Sex Schools vs. Co-ed Schools
You have to decide what is best for you. Some students simply prefer single-sex schools while others prefer co-ed schools. But how do you decide? Pros and Cons of Single Sex Schools Many students at single sex schools point to the lack of opposite sex as an enormous advantage. Others enjoy the camaraderie that often connects classmates at single-sex schools.
Needless to say both have their pros and cons. It is difficult to decide whether co-ed education is better than single sex education or if the later scores over former. But there are advantages as well as disadvantages in respect of both these education formats.
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