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  • Yes it is, and it isn't fair.

    I think that school is made for girls more than boys. With the Ib program there are 6 categories and you have to pick one subject from each of them. Category 6 is like a elective class but the classes are not very physical. Boys need to have classes that they can do physical things like football and basketball. For a human body to stay healthy they need exercise.

  • Yes it is

    Public education means a lot of sitting still, following directions, being polite, obeying orders, and not rocking the boat. Not surprisingly, most little boys find public school to be a crashing bore. Boys face more disciplinary action than girls, and are frequently diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorders and prescribed drugs to keep them calm.

    This is the case because public school teachers are trained to regard girl's behavior as the norm. Boys will necessarily differ from a feminized norm, and so will get into trouble more often.

  • Boys are not designed to sit still for 8 hours

    In the common high school, there is no recess or any other time for males to relieve energy. Males are wired differently than girls and need to get up and move more often. Consequently males do not excel nearly as much at a younger age unless they are given the ability to relieve energy.

  • Yes and No.

    Boys and girls are held to different standards. School spends its time trying to make us submissive while girls take to that more than boys do. We continuosly worry the fear of the harsher punishment that the females will get for doing the exact same things the boys do. Now this isn't always the case, some boys do excel, but many don't get the help needed. Studies even show that teachers are more willing to help male students vs. Female students. But yet females still get there.

  • Its Not Fair

    Most people would say that boys have less patients and short tension spans and girls are the opposite. I think it would be fair if boys had more things to keep them entertained while working like music or something else, but then another problem is that they might just keep watching the screen and being silly instead of doing their work. So if there is a big screen computer put some music on. If they have split up desks spit them up if they wont listen after a few times of asking them to stay on task and enjoy the ride

  • Yes indeed m

    Girls are way smarter than boys... So get it together. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

  • Yes indeed m

    Girls are way smarter than boys... So get it together. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

  • Yes indeed m

    Girls are way smarter than boys... So get it together. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

  • Yes and definitely yes.

    It is, recesses are short, you need to sit still all the recess, no running, no sports. In class, you have to sit still and listen over and over again. Plus, when they put languages /190 and scientific subjects /100 in Grade 8, it is pretty much self-explanatory, eh ?

  • It is for girls

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  • Ofcourse not it is designed for both genders

    We all know that schools are designed for both genders not only girls. Every school needs to be balanced, by girls and boys. Boys can be more educated than girls, this doesn't mean that girls are not educated they are educated and more. Sharing genders in a school increases the communication skills. Which can be used as an advantage in the future, While if the school was only made for girls their confidence wont be as good as with boys, it would result many problems in the future. However if the school was only for boys it will also result the same problems.

  • Consider PE !

    School is not designed for either, and obviously, no one actually designed it. If you look at it, every thing is balanced out. Sure, there are long periods, but the boys could at least try harder. I know its hard(*cough cough* my lecturing math teacher). Seriously, what about PE though? In case you didn't know, boys are developed with bigger hearts and lungs, which allows them to endure, and be more athletic(by nature, I'm not saying that girls are bad athletes, there are really awsome ones!!!). So PE is free points for you guys.

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  • Is it fair no

    It doesn't matter what gender you are it is okay that someone who. Gets better scores than you but there is no excuse for who is trying the most that is a fact that I think it's ok if you are not good at something as long as you try your best

  • I believe it is for both genders

    School is designed more for neither gender, but rather for the information you are learning. Each gender has the ability to gain the same amount of education and accell in all classes, no matter the “design” of the classroom. From studying our school, it seems the school tries to create a monotone design that is not specific for either gender, rather what you are learning, how you are learning, or the level at which you are learning. For example, if you are in history class, there is posters about history. If you are in 4th grade English, there will be posters that have low vocabulary, large words that make sense to 4th graders. Walking into algebra class, you don’t see posters that have pink equations on them, appealing to girls and not boys. Saying that the “design” of the school is more for girls than boys is like saying gray is a girly color. The design of the school is monotone and equal both genders. The school tries to PREVENT sex opposition, rather than make more of it.

  • Its your choice

    Boys are always getting into trouble and being lazy, but at the end of the day, its your choice. A teacher can open a door for you, but its your choice to walk through it. Boys and Girls both share equal academic AND physical prowess and maybe the reason why boys are not meeting standards is due to the fact they aren't actually enjoying school.

  • No because they

    Depends on the person because normally the guys slack a lot but some guys push them selves for a better future and everything. People will say its for girls we just like to work for what we want and not get it handed to us like some guys do to get a good grade and everything. MOST of all it depends if that person is determined enough to finish

  • School is for designed for both genders

    Because boys can be better then girls in Math, Science, and Physical Education while girls can excel in Art and English. School has both excelling points in school. Boys score as well as or better than girls on most standardized tests, yet they are far less likely to get good grades, take advanced classes or attend college. While most parents know, girls tend to develop these skills earlier and more naturally than boys.

  • School Is Designed for both Genders

    I believe that school is designed for both genders because it always says that boys cause problems, boys disrupt the class boys don't work but the only reason they realize that is because the girls know that the teacher will be focusing with the boys and not them so they are the ones that tend to be more chatty and disruptive but teachers don't realize it.

  • It is for who wants to learn

    School at time may seem like it is for one gender more than the other, but in actuality it is really just the thing you are studying. Like boys tend to be better at math, girls tend to be better at English. You also have to take into account that this is not the 50's where it was catered to men


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