Same sex schools pros and cons
Does single-sex education boost academic success?
Although some private schools already have this practice, not all agree that this is the best environment for K students.
Census Bureaufrom prekindergarten to senior year of high school, male students outnumber female students significantly in public school classrooms: 54 percent to 46 percent in pre-K and 51 percent to 49 percent from first grade to 12th grade.
The former is also referred to as co-educational or mixed-sex school where students are both men and women while the latter only accepts students who are either all boys or all girls.
Making the case for single-sex education
View The Pros and Cons of Single Sex Schools for Boys Educators and parents who support single-sex schools for boys will tout the benefits while opponents who feel the cons outweigh any benefits will claim that single-sex schools are not the best educational setting.
WhatsApp For some parents, whether to send their children to single sex or co-educational schools is an easy decision to make, often informed by religious or cultural convictions.
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