Structure of the cerebral cortex in men and women. International Science Education, 69 4 You can't tell by looking at a slice of brain tissue whether you are looking at tissue from a Black person or a White person or a Hispanic person.
Kids who have classrooms which include people who only look or think just like them create an echo chamber that only support one world view. At certain ages, opposite sex in the same class can be a distraction. She can also choose single-sex education while sending all her kids to the same school.
The reason: single gender schools utilize brain science whereas racial segregation in the s was based in no discernible science. Participation of girls in sport clubs is a lot higher in all-girls schools. Studies have shown that young boys tend to be more disruptive in the classroom in a mixed-school environment.
They miss out on vital interactive skills they get when interacting with the opposite sex.
Bliss, R. You can't tell by looking at a slice of brain tissue whether you are looking at tissue from a Black person or a White person or a Hispanic person. Even after such adjustments, the authors found that "single-sex schooling has a small but significant effect on girls' achievement, with an especially marked effect on their performance in science.
Popular Right Now Interest spikes in short-term, online credentials. Want to advertise? The first argument is simply that adult women and men will be able to work together better, and relate to one another better, if they have had the experience of going to school together as children. They will have trouble and may need some time to adjust to the real world when they leave their schools.
Dalton, D. Social and communicative processes in computer-based problem solving. The impact of school size and single-sex education on performance.