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Charlie1012
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Anonymous906
Con (against)

This house believes that single sex schools are good for ecucation

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Started: 6/23/2017 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Debating Period
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Charlie1012

Pro

Please be straight to the point
Anonymous906

Con

First off, single sex schools create a separation between two of the sexes, obviously. But schools are meant to help prepare students for the real world. In the real world males and females both co-exist with each other. If we were to segregate students of different races they wont be able to experience the real world for what it is. For example this is very similar to whites and blacks separated in schools during times of heavy racism. This doesn't help with the problem of patriarchy, what we need to do is figure out how to deal with patriarchy without just separating the races. Now on the topic of education, a specific example is that Professor Analia Schlosser, an economist researched a co-ed school and the performance of both male and female students performance was raised. It was also theorized that because of a co-ed class the students and teacher have a better relationship with each other and the level of disruption was lowered.
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Posted by C_e_e 1 year ago
C_e_e
Here I find another debate beginning with the phrase "This house believes." Well, I don't care what your house believes; tell me what you believe. :P
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