Amazon.com Widgets

Is it better for children to be educated in boys-only or girls-only schools?

  • It is better for children to be educated in boys-only or girls-only schools.

    Same sex school are a better learning environment. Obviously, adolescent boys and girls are interested in dating each other. Schools are for learning, and there should be no distractions. Kids can learn to deal with the opposite sex, but it should be done outside of school. Kids learn better when they are separated by sex.

  • Boys only school

    While as a boy I was in school I was later realizing I had sexual emotions towards a girl which was affecting me in school. It is your emotion to like a girl so you get like sexual and it affects your school. Sexual emotion is way to strong sorry to inform you.

  • No boys and girls should not be in separate schools.

    Because when they leave school they will need to learn to work with the opposite sex and that will be very difficult for them. Also let’s say for example a girl has friends and they are all girls of course but she grew up knowing only about girls so when she becomes an adult she wants to date a man except she has no idea who she could be falling for and she may be an easy target since she knows nothing about how guys are she has no guy friends. Also I know this is a school subject but just let that sink in.

  • They should be able to be in a same sex school

    Boys and girls will learn to deal with each other and those sexual emotions in school because they will be focusing on learning and when they're older they'll already know how to control those emotions at work. So ya this is my opinion on the subject here and don't look like Joel please.

  • They should be able to be in a same sex school

    Boys and girls will learn to deal with each other and those sexual emotions in school because they will be focusing on learning and when they're older they'll already know how to control those emotions at work. So ya this is my opinion on the subject here and don't look like Joel please.

  • Nooo no no

    No, boy and girls only schools are not better for education. A boy or girls only school may produce better education for gay and lesbian students as they will be more likely to be engaged in school activities. It however creates weird social barriers among the heterosexual students. They don't learn how to properly interact with the opposite sex which leads them to view stereotypes as true.

  • No, too heteronormative

    Having gender based schools makes the false presumption that all girls are attracted to boys, and all boys are attracted to girls. Not to mention the other gender issues that will arise, such as transgender chuldren, or gender fluid children, perhaps even questioning. I believe that it is best to leave gender completely out of the school system.

  • No, boy and girls only schools are not better for education.

    A boy or girls only school may produce better education for gay and lesbian students as they will be more likely to be engaged in school activities. It however creates weird social barriers among the heterosexual students. They don't learn how to properly interact with the opposite sex which leads them to view stereotypes as true.

  • No, boy and girls only schools are not better for education.

    A boy or girls only school may produce better education for gay and lesbian students as they will be more likely to be engaged in school activities. It however creates weird social barriers among the heterosexual students. They don't learn how to properly interact with the opposite sex which leads them to view stereotypes as true.

  • No, boy and girls only schools are not better for education.

    A boy or girls only school may produce better education for gay and lesbian students as they will be more likely to be engaged in school activities. It however creates weird social barriers among the heterosexual students. They don't learn how to properly interact with the opposite sex which leads them to view stereotypes as true.


Leave a comment...
(Maximum 900 words)
No comments yet.