For many reasons single sex schools are better. Co-ed schools just lead to heartbreak and headaches. Students are soooo focused on their latest crush then on their own school work. As a parent i want my children to thrive and be succesful in life and single sex schools provide that for children.
Yes, single-sex school is better than co-ed school, because single-sex school allows students to focus better. In co-ed school, there are many distractions from boys and girls talking to members of the opposite sex. It is better to attend a single-sex school where students can focus on academics, and avoid one more distraction from learning.
School is a fun and exciting place for a student that can be overwhelming to a youngster, when the student has love interest. School should be a place to focus on studies and preparing for the future so it would be better to have single-sex schools, less distractions makes for better learning.
I think that because boys who usually make trouble wouldn’t be at single-sex.
My supporting idea is that some people are intimidated by the opposite sex and this can make it difficult to participate in class.
Which was state in some book page 104 by the author.
This is my opinion.
We need to make Australia great again ,by getting rid of coed schools ,do you want your kids to have a bad education?Well you probably don't more money can be spent on single gender schools better facilitation ,less distraction and most importantly better education,this is the future . . . . .
Students attending single-sex schools are more likely to go to university than those enrolled at co-ed schools, our figures show.
Although previous international studies have claimed that there is "no scientific evidence" that single-sex schooling is better than co-ed, new findings, compiled by the Sunday Independent, suggest that more students from a single-sex education background are attending Irish universities.
Meanwhile, girls continue to outperform the boys at same-sex institutions as more females land university places.
Between 2009 and 2015, 81pc of students at single-sex schools have furthered their education in the Republic and Northern Ireland; 43pc have opted for the university route, while 38pc have opted for a 'non-uni' option, including institutes of technology, colleges of education or art.
During the same period, 72pc of students from mixed schools have furthered their education, with 32pc choosing university and 40pc going for a non-uni alternative.
I think single-sex school is better than co-ed school because boy and girls have different needs and different job prospects. In my opinion, it is good to give them a more specific teaching. Moreover, single-sex schools are a means to make some discriminations disappear. Many teenagers suffer from rejection. They are not beautiful enough, or strong enough and those differences, in a co-ed school, are more perceptible.
I believe that single-sex schools are not the answer. Studies show that men who have attended single-sex schools have a higher divorce rate at the age of 40, and not only that, but they also are more depressed. Most students who have attended single-sex schools work in coed offices when they are older, and they do not have as good communication skills with the opposite gender. One of the reasons to go to a single-sex school is because there are no gender stereo types, yet studies also show that there are more stereo types about girls from girls instead of to girls from boys. And visa versa. Therefore I believe that single-sex schools are only making people more depressed, have bad communication skills, and not prepared for the life ahead of them.
There is nothing wrong with communicating with male and female counterparts. Education is based on whether or not a student applies his/herself to learn. Interacting with the opposite sex is also a part of human nature and cannot be cut off due to the fact that males will always approach a female and vice versa. Single sex schools basically confine students to one sex and do not allow for interaction. A co ed school can do as well as a single sex school only if the students apply themselves. This is a matter of whether or not students will themselves to perform better.
I do not believe single-sex schools are better than co-ed schools. Schools are suppose to provide education, but they have also been shown to teach children about social issues. If you keep the genders separated, they are learning less about social issues and dilemmas, therefore I find co-ed school to be better in the long run.
Some people think that single-sex schools educate students better than coeducation schools but this really isn't true. There is no evidence to back up that single-sex schools educate girls or boys than coeducation schools. Research shows that there is no significant benefits for girls or boys that go to single- sex schools than coeducation schools.
In real world it is necessary to interact with both the genders, and it is not possible for us to afford an environment which consists of only one gender. In coed schools students learn how to respect the other gender. Coed schools also treats students equally which again promotes no gender discrimination.
If schools have a combination of boys and girls, it better prepares kids for life. If you have a job, for example, you can't choose to work with people who are only your gender. Co-Ed schools strengthen social skills, and strengthen relationships that are very important. My parents met in saventh grade, and thank heavens for that!
For a teenager, there is a certain changes in hormone, like they have a tendency to get attracted against opposite see. To avoid these kind of things, schools must be Coed so that they first see their opposite ones as a friend. Single sex schools doesn't give this kind of opportunity to them.
If a child is studying in single gender school,then it may not be necessary that they focus on their studies and not on their crush. In school it may not be possible but outside the school it may be. And students in single gender school they are not talking to opposite gender so after completing the school may be in real life they will either hesitate to talk to opposite gender or they don't know the manner in which they should talk to opposite gender person as they don't have ever learned which may make the situation critical
Every teenager reaches that point in life where they find it hard and awkward to talk to the opposite sex and tries to avoid them during that time. At a co-ed school they can help them overcome the awkward boundary in their social life through counseling, work projects and time in the class where they are in a safe environment to do so and eventually build up enough confidence to expand over the boundary.
I don't believe that single sex schools are better because they're suppose to provide education to the ones who need it, follow the rules and in single sex schools, the teachers favor one gender and let them do what they want (even break the rules). It causes the kids to have social issues and they're going to be some students of the same genders not cooperating during projects and such, that's why when we mix the genders, they cooperate easily and they work hard and not leave anyone out.