Are single-sex schools better for young students? | The Tylt
Many educators believe that a single-sex school, one that admits only one gender, fosters a better learning environment for students. Studies are inconclusive for boys buy seem to suggest middle-school and high-school girls do see an achievement benefit. But academic achievement isn't the only part of a well-rounded education. Young people must learn to socialize and respect each other. The best way to make that happen is in a co-ed school, even if it means you can't tailor educational practices towards a specific sex.
Are single-sex schools better for young students?