1. Students of the opposite sex can be a distraction. Many teenagers in high school will be distracted by members of the opposite sex who they find attractive. Students (mainly teenagers) will prioritize getting a girlfriend or boyfriend instead of focusing on academics, which is more important for their life than a high-school partner. 2. Single-gender education can broaden the perspectives of learning for students. For example, girls who want to study science or math often face the pressure of having to compete with mostly males. Girls who go to all girls schools no longer feel this pressure, since they are only competing with other girls. Same thing goes for guys who want to pursue more feminine subjects, such as poetry or other arts programs. In a all boys school, guys can more easily achieve their dreams of becoming successful in those areas because of less competition. 3. Boys and girls learn differently, therefore, creating two different environments of education for them will enhance their learning experience. I think this one is pretty self-explanatory. Single-gender schools have teaching methods which can be applied more successfully to that specific gender, and therefore, improves the quality of education for both genders. 4.Single gender schools can foster the best learning. This is especially true for young women when they hit the teen years and are inclined to act less smart so that they can attract the young men. With opportunities to socialize built in, a single sex school could be very beneficial.
boys in single sex schools get better academic results because of the opposite gender not being present. Also because of the teaching can be focused on the gender that attends the school leading more focused student and a more fun lesson for the teacher and students.
1. Males and Females' brains are set up differently. Females learn easier. 2. Dress code, women will not have to be subjected to suspension and ridicule for wearing leggings 3. Teachers are taught how to teach different genders when becoming a single-sex educator. They know how to teach boys or girls. 4. Both genders focus better 5. Females become more confident in their abilities.
there things in life can be a distraction but I do not think there will be one in this school
because the genders tend to be on seperate levels in different subjects
Because it is the best of all
I think that single sex schools are better because When it comes to school choice, We are a lucky country and despite an increasing trend towards co-ed education, Many parents continue to go for single-sex schooling for their son or daughter. Arguments around single-sex schooling can be highly emotive. it provides less destruction and can focus more on girls or boys needs many parents cite reasons such as wanting their child to focus on learning free of distractions from the opposite sex How What we do. Your child can grow at his or her own pace. This often is a good thing for both boys and girls, As they typically mature at different rates.
Aside from the other sex being a distraction, A drawback about the co-ed setting is that students are sometimes intimidated by the other sex and may be less comfortable participating in class discussions and activities. Fear of embarrassment may accompany the co-ed classroom experience.
Single sex schools can cause segregation against genders, usually have uniforms, and many times prevent children from having good social skills. This will cause problem when the next generation of pupils work in offices consisting of both genders.
ditto... (i agree)
I strongly agree with kawaii_crazy.
it gives u the courage to get outside of comfort zone
Co education bulids confidence in a person and makes him/her a more complete person to live in a real world. Co education helps to create a sense of equality among boys and girls.They will be able to know and understand each other better and aslo develop a mentality to help each other. In the absense of co education, students tend to misunderstand when a person from the opposite gender approaches them.
I think single sex schools are bad because there is the matter with sex versus gender. What will you do with a Transgender person in a single- sex school environment?
Co-ed schools are better because, as studies show, boys and girls learn different ways. If girls don't understand something and the boys do, they can explain it to them, making it easier for everyone to learn. It could also be the other way around as well.
Co-ed school should be there for understanding the world around us!
Co-ed schools allow kids to learn about their gender. Since school should allow kids to learn more than academics, school is a great environment to learn about the opposite sex. Otherwise, it'll be a real slap in the face to get out of school (college) and right into the co-ed world to find a spouse.
it gives children a time to socialise, while playing.
I am a girl in a single sex school. I've joined coed camps like CTY, therefore I have comparison. Personally I think it's better working with boys and girls, and not only with girls. Especially when boys tend to be quicker in Maths and Science subjects. You will be able to think i a simpler way. Same for boys, we girls have better minds for language and we can help them. Some people might say that coed schools are all about flirting but that's not the situation. Flirting can happen anywhere, no matter coed or single sex. You can't deny the fact that some people are gay.
we can enjoy with others
Co-ed school is better, because some lesson is not available for all sex.
Because it prepares you for life after school is over.
you develope more friendships
Single gender schools can be bad because some kids deal best with children of the opposite gender.
Some parents and some people might think that Coed is about flirting with opposite sex from the school. It is true but most of the students are very close friends it really doesn't matter if the boy and girls are very close or being very close friends.
I think single sex schools are bad because there is not good communication into both sexs
I'M GAY Lmfao it won't eLiMiNaTe DiStRaCtiOnS to send me to an all-girls school. I get along better with guys. I'd be so lonely and insecure surrounded by only girls. And wouldn't that make it awkward as hell interacting with members of the opposite sex later on?? Also, dating is healthy in high school, and for a while, all the straight kids would completely miss out on that experience. It's a way to learn how to be close with people, and it's a time to learn from your mistakes and figure out the healthy behaviors and boundaries of a romantic/sexual relationship. You don't want to be an adult, wanting something more serious, and just be figuring out how to date. Sexuality develops way sooner than that, and repression is not healthy. Also, what really is there to be distracted from? So much of what's taught in schools is useless.
I went to a single sex for 2 years and hated it. The girls were stuck up and had no idea how to interact or even be around the opposite sex and the school itself was only suited to a certain breed of students. Rich, studious and proper young ladies. I transferred to a co ed school and absolutely loved it. I made many friends and loved every minute of it. I became a prefect and am extremely thankful I got to attend there. School is effectively life training and life is co ed!
i think that personally, my 4 year experiance in a single sex school was very unfriendly and hostile. the competition and jealousy between girls were too much. these schools which avoid the two genders to be educated together foe their own sake becomes a difficulty foe them to move forward in real life. the interaction between boys and girls becomes too awkward and embarrassing. the girls can be too shy and awkward and the boys can be too aggressive or feeble. this creates awkwardness and difficulties foe the future. it also creates a stronger longing for the opposite sex in an unnecessary period of time.
There is no logical reason for segregation of sexes in school, it is an automatic prelude to the assumption there is a difference big enough to separate the sexes into two sides. And while there are reasons and advantages in certain situations to separate the sexes. There is no reason in an educational context for it. There is no logical reason to educate sexes separately. It is bad for social development and communication skills and students should not be raised in an environment that thinks sex along is a good enough reason to divide people. mathematics, English (or language skills), history, physics, economics and every other core subject do not have biological sexes and do not require a specific genitalia to understand. Physics is no different for a male then it is for a female. Which is true for all core educational subjects. There is no need to segregate schools.
Being in a mixed-sex environment, Like in the real world, Prepares the children of the present/past for the real world in the future.
NO! NO! NO!
co-ed provides valuable life skills for real life jobs