To answer that question, Knowledge Networks conducted a nationwide survey in early There are some schools that provide for shuttles to neighbouring schools with opposite gender on weekends to enhance the communication between separate genders and this avoids too much of distraction as well.
The effects of same-sex schools are significant. It is therefore easier to implement an education strategy geared specifically towards one gender. I don't see any reason to think that the presence of the other sex is going to cause 'unhealthy' levels of competition. Bronski, M. Academic competition between the sexes is unhealthy and only adds to unhappiness and anxiety among weaker students.
It's Finally Here. Boys tend to soften their competitive edge and become more collaborative in a single-sex setting. According to the study, it is also not true that coed schools turn out more well-rounded students, since these schools tend to perpetuate stereotypes of girls as good in creative arts and boys as this house believes that single sex schools are better for education in Stafford in math, science and leadership.
A passionate advocate of single-gender education is Dr. Pro It appears Wocambs has forfeited the round. Let it be resolved that single-sex schools are not good for education because they restrict the full collaborative ability of students, create a socio cultural predilection for how colleagues interact, and do not fully simulate life outside of the office.
Sign In Sign Up. Interaction with the opposite sex prepares them for the life of an adult. Google Search.
It would still be discrimination if there were only male single-sex schools; as long as both genders are catered for, this discrimination is redressed. Pro Many thanks for accepting this debate, Wocambs. Boys and girls are an unwelcome distraction to each other.
I feel that the choice of single sex schools is more important than the concept of single sex schools. However academic results are not the only criterion on which the success of the education system should be judged. What is natural should be encouraged, and can most easily be done so in single-sex institutions.
You are not eligible to vote on this debate. To answer that question, Knowledge Networks conducted a nationwide survey in early