Latest Single-sex education Stories
As many American public school districts adopt single-sex classrooms and even entire schools, a new study finds scant evidence that they offer educational or social benefits.
There is no scientific basis for teaching boys and girls separately.
Both boys and girls have learning issues, but those affecting boys in school are more serious and have been neglected, a U.S.
CONCORD, Mass., Oct.
By James Haug By JAMES HAUG REVIEW-JOURNAL A 10-year-old boy probably would be uncomfortable walking into a fourth-grade classroom decorated with Tinker Bell cutouts. He also probably wouldn't want to be surrounded by girls in pink backpacks.
By Lise Eliot A s summer vacation draws to a close, a growing number of children will be entering public schools without their opposite-sex peers.
By Linnea Brown, Hernando Today, Brooksville, Fla. Jul. 18--UPDATED: SPRING HILL -- The verdict is in: Hernando County's first foray into single-gender education reform is working.
By DUDDING, Adam Is the torrent of new books on the differences between male and female brains simply sexism in disguise? Adam Dudding reports.
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