If you're sent to a single sex school you won't have boys (or girls for that matter) distract you when you are working. For example my friend used to go to a co-ed school but now she goes to a all girls school. She said it was the best change of her life! You have to agree with me!
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I personally do not go to a single sex school but I think it is a good idea for girls and boys to try it because it could improve there grads and the girls would focus more on school work and homework more than boys and boys would focus more on school work and homework than girls and impressing them
Single-sex schools give students an environment in which they are not distracted by members of the opposite sex. In many coed schools, the question isn't what can I learn today? it's Who's dating whom? Of course, this won't be avoided altogether - where there's a will, there's a way, after all - but it does make it a little easier for kids to focus on school.
While single sex schools remove the risks of improper behaviors among the sexes, they also stunt the development of healthy, responsible interaction. Children will have to be in shared environments someday, so it is best to teach them at a young age how to interact with people from the opposite sex. These social skills outweigh any protective benefits single sex schools might offer.
No, single sex schools do not provide greater benefits than co-ed schools. In fact, they are often less beneficial. Co-ed schools force male and female students to learn how to treat each other respectfully in a monitored environment. They provide a safe environment for individuals to gain self-confidence and feel less intimidated when talking to the opposite sex. In addition, co-ed schools, by nature of forcing male and female students to work together, give students the tools they need in adulthood to thrive in a mixed gender workforce.
While there are benefits to single sex schools, they do not provide greater benefits than co-ed schools. While one can argue that single sex schools remove the distraction of the opposite sex and facilitate a less hostile environment, co-ed schools are a more accurate reflection of society. Learning to co-exist with the opposite sex is part of learning how to function in society.