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Should Boys and Girls be taught in separate classrooms ?

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Should Boys and Girls be taught in separate classrooms ?

Boys and Girls Should be taught in separate classrooms

Boys and Girls Should be taught in separate classrooms

Boys and Girls Should be taught in separate classrooms

Boys and Girls Should be taught in separate classrooms

Lesly Banuelos

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Research has found that kids achieve higher results in single gender class rather than co-ed classes. For more than 100 years, some of the nation’s finest private schools have experienced the benefits of single gender education.  Boys’ and girls’ brains function differently. Girls seem to learn more visual and are auditory learners and do well in with class discussion and diagrams. Boys are more kinetic learners and they need to learn by doing. Boys are often intimidated by girls’ superior verbal abilities in class like English. Boys score far better without girls around. The same goes for girls in classes like PE and Science. Having opposite sex in class can distract both boys and girls.

    Boys and girls should be in different schools because they learn differently , and they need to learn however is best, and sometimes boys and girls don’t get along with each other. Boys make fun of girls and girls make fun of boys because they learn faster than them. Research shows that having an all-girl’s school would be a better choice because girls would feel more comfortable and wear whatever they want without being judged by boys. Plus it helps them be more concentrated in work and there won’t be so many things on their mind. Like for an example like dating  and friend problems between boys and girls , they’ll have trouble focusing on their work. Having an All-Girl class would be more comfortable for girls because girls would talk about things that boys really shouldn’t hear. If girls have questions about their health and hygiene, they would feel more comfortable when it’s only girls around. They would want to feel comfortable and feel like home when they are at school because they would learn better. Single gender class would help the students focus on their academics and be less distracted.

    Principal of Bishop Kelley Jim Franz says that he worked in an all-boys school and saw that there was a difference. In Catholic circles, it was more popular for an all-boy school, but in the 21st century there been a lot push of all girls school because of opportunities for women. There has been a strong push in African-American males class because of huge dropouts. Traditionally Catholic schools have been single gender, and finally in the 20th century there have been all girls’ schools, but it’s more focused on education. That is why boys and girls should be taught in separate classrooms.

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