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  • Girls and boys should be in different classes

    They have different learning styles. Different minds/brains. Girls are more hard working and motivated at school than boys. So the lazyness group can go in one class and the hardworking group would go in a different class. They are different genders too. They have different contents of interest also. There brains function differently.

  • separation of girls and boys is a must

    I'm completely keen on the separation of the sexes in schools especially after puberty. During adolescence, sex hormones act powerfully on both sexes driving them strongly together. And this dwindles their effectiveness to study. The result is regrettable, in the USA, the percentage of virgins past the age of fifteen is negligible. It's obnoxious! Is it?

  • Yes, to allow them to perform better in academics and protect them from the consequences of sexual attraction

    Children of today are precocious unlike children centuries ago. It can be attributed to the media or rather to adults who corrupt each other and pass it on to children as well. Having a boyfriend/girlfriend is portrayed to be the be-all and end-all of life, and kids encounter this in so many ways: Disney movies, elder siblings and their flings, cartoons, magazines etc. Girls learn that their bodies are sources of attraction from billboards, movies, magazines, music,etc. Co-ed gives children free rein to practice what they have learnt (whether accidentally or intentionally). Boys learn to disrespect women from adults, and as teen-aged girls have no scruple in seeking to please them, boys think its okay to go a little further.
    Schools give less thought to morals when it comes to interaction between boys and girls, and being bombarded with the idea that 'falling in love' and 'having a boy/girlfriend' gives their life a sense of purpose just makes the co-ed setting not a good idea. In the past (and I mean a long time ago)co-ed wouldn't have been a big deal, because boys and girls respected each other, and didn't think of each other as an object of romantic/sexual attraction or potential boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife. They were children in heart and mind even until their late teens! They regarded each other as brothers/sisters and there was no sexual tension or innuendos in their life. They were not obsessed with romance or had much wish for it until young adulthood, and then they wanted marriage not multiple flings/crushes. Now as society has changed (drastically too), methods should change as well. Co-ed is therefore not good for our world today and what with the rates of rape, teen pregnancies, harassment etc., we should take one step to curb it by segregating them, and of course educating them about respect for the opposite gender and the gravity of sex and value of love.

  • Girls and boys learn differently.

    School is about giving kids the best education possible and should be about being politically correct. Boys and girls brains function in different ways so girls and boys learn differently. What works for girls does not necessarily work for boys and vice versa.

    Also the content of what interests each gender is different. If you teach kids physics via learning about a car engine the boys will be engaged and the girls will not. If you teach to a girls interests the boys will not be engaged.

    This also removes the sexual stereotype from the classroom. All the awards for computers, science and shop don't go to the boys, all the top students in the class for English and social,studies won't go to the girls.

  • Separation of girls and boys is a must

    I'm completely keen on the separation of the sexes in schools especially after puberty. During adolescence, sex hormones act powerfully on both sexes driving them strongly together. And this dwindles their effectiveness to study. The result is regrettable, in the USA, the percentage of virgins past the age of fifteen is negligible. It's obnoxious! Is it?

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  • Why would we need to separate them?

    Boys and girls are intended to receive the same education as one another and as such should be in classes together. Without interaction with the opposite gender, social skills could be lost. Also, teachers may prefer a certain gender, resulting in unfair classroom settings. The only classes that should be able to be separated by gender are physical education classes.

  • Why would we need to separate them?

    Boys and girls are intended to receive the same education as one another and as such should be in classes together. Without interaction with the opposite gender, social skills could be lost. Also, teachers may prefer a certain gender, resulting in unfair classroom settings. The only classes that should be able to be separated by gender are physical education classes.

  • Live in the Real World-Without Stereotypes

    Some of the arguments against continuing integrated classes seem to be entirely based on falsehoods or stereotypes.

    For example, one poster said that "the percentage of virgins over the age of 15 is negligible". There is little to say about that aside from the fact that it is made up! In another case, somebody cited the supposed laziness of boys in school as a reason not to bring the girls down. Not only is this based on a stereotype, but people need to learn how to work with people of different motivation levels anyway.

    I wonder if this last person was a product of such a segregated classroom style. I think that having boys and girls in the same classes not only teaches them to with with each other (like they have to in the real world), but also helps to dispel stereotypes based on gender. In integrated classes, girls will meet hardworking boys at some point, and boys will meet girls who are amazing science and math students. As with race, the best way to dispel stereotypes about any group is to get to know some of them.

    People need to learn about how to interacted with people of the opposite sex, yes, even if there is a romantic interested involved in their interaction. That is a fact of life, and censoring it will only make them more curious, and yet more inexperienced when interacting with the other sex. Sexual hormones are something that we all must deal with, and waiting until 18 to learn a thing about interacting with the opposite sex (women, in my case) would lead to horrible awkwardness and being socially inept in such interactions in the future.

    Overall, such separation would be counter-productive, while united classes teach valuable life skills - especially those that apply to life, not just tests.

  • This is nonsense!

    First, combined gender classes can work together better. Did you ever hear the saying “Two heads are always better than one?” Or “The more, the merrier?” Well those sayings can be proven right. Repugnant genders think differently, although their strategies finding a solution to a problem. Keeping them combined would keep them thinking more complicated things about how varying strategies will work or not. The opposite genders also have different points of view on problems on a work piece. This could enhance group-effort and problem-solving strategy skills.

  • No they should not

    If girls and boys do get separated it wouldn't give girls the chance to engage in other things like sports. But I do agree that girls would have less drama if boys were around. And the same thing goes for girls. What is a life with a little drama? Thanks

  • No i don't think

    No, I don't think that boys should be in separate classes.I don't think that girls and boys should be in separate classes, because in life, girls and boys are forced to be/work with each other. Learning to work with all different types of people isn't a bad thing. Really, they're just preparing you for the future. There will never be a time in your life, where you will get to say, "ugh, he's a boy, I don't want to work with him." Or vice versa.

  • Boys and girls should be in co-ed classes

    Dealing with the opposite sex is one of the most important things school can be useful for. If you don't learn to work with the opposite sex, you may find your self socially unprepared for the vast differences between men and women in adulthood. There's no reason in a modern integrated society to separate the sexes.

  • It's not helping them learn

    Kids of all ages need to learn to cope with others. Later in life they'll be glad they did. Don't you remember your first crush? Getting a crush and learning to talk to boys is a major part of a kids life. Better to learn how to now, then to NOT know how to later!

  • No, I don't think that boys should be in separate classes.

    I don't think that girls and boys should be in separate classes, because in life, girls and boys are forced to be/work with each other. Learning to work with all different types of people isn't a bad thing. Really, they're just preparing you for the future. There will never be a time in your life, where you will get to say, "ugh, he's a boy, I don't want to work with him." Or vice versa.

  • Boys and girls should be in the same class.

    I believe that boys and girls should be in the same class. For example, school is vey hard to focus if you are bored. Boys and girls are friends. Some can maybe even like each other. As you can see, relationship is very hard if boys and girls are separated. Sometimes guys don't get along with each other. Same with the girls. Boys and girls can get along just fine.


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