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Sundram7575
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CodyLTJames
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Are single sex schools more effective than co-ed schools?

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Sundram7575
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 8/9/2014 Category: Education
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Sundram7575

Con

I don't think single sex schools are as effective as co-ed schools because in co-ed schools students get the chance to know about opposite sexes which will be useful for them in future.
CodyLTJames

Pro

Be that as it may, one cannot deny that romantic relationships happen and are more often than not causes of distraction. Even being attracted to someone can be distracting. This also results in a ring of gossip which leads to all the other drama I will not get into. IMO I prefer the co-ed albeit I can't deny students would be more focused.
Debate Round No. 1
Sundram7575

Con

Single sex schools takes girls and boys away from reality this makes them feel socially awkward when a boy and a girl talk to each other ,they feel sheathe real world consists of boys and girls and here they live together.
CodyLTJames

Pro

with that assumption home schooled children would have that problem. It doesnt take them away from reality because clearly when the school day is over their going to see the other genders. u r assuming everyone will feel the same way - socially awkward. Only those who are shy would have that problem and in a co ed that would be the case anyway. besides a same sex school would have some sort of program to upkeep a social standard
Debate Round No. 2
Sundram7575

Con

Sundram7575 forfeited this round.
CodyLTJames

Pro

As my last argument i endeavor to point out that boys mature later than girls so in a single sex school everyone would have a chance to advance at their own for the most part. Single ed would also cut out a lot of gender stereotypes.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by SS1105 2 years ago
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poora josh mein hai sundram
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Reasons for voting decision: "Ahem." -CodyLTJames
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