NASSPE: Research > Single-Sex vs. Coed: The Evidence

Let's begin with two recent studies in which students were RANDOMLY assigned either to single-gender or coed classrooms, with no opt-out. We are aware of no other studies in which students were randomly assigned either to single-gender or coed classrooms, with no parental opt-out allowed.
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Keep Boys And Girls Together In The Classroom To Optimize. Keep Boys And Girls Together In The Classroom To Optimize Learning, Research Suggests Date: April 14, 2008 Source: Tel Aviv University Summary: Boys benefit a great deal from having girls in the.

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NASSPE: Research > Gender Differences in Learning What do we know about differences in how girls and boys learn? There are significant differences in the ways girls and boys learn, differences which are more substantial than age differences in many ways.

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Single-sex education: the pros and cons - Parenting Single-sex education (teaching boys and girls in separate classrooms or schools) is an old approach that’s gaining new momentum. While single-sex education has long existed in many private schools, it’s a relatively new option for public schools.

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unconscious gender biases - TIME The impact of unconscious teacher bias is long understood and well-documented. This new research confirms decades of work done by Myra and David Sadker and Karen R. Zittleman.

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Single-sex education - Wikipedia Single-sex education, also known as single-gender education and gender-isolated education, is the practice of conducting education with male and female students attending separate classes, perhaps in separate buildings or schools.

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Gender Gap - Education Next : Education Next Debates about gender and schooling have taken a surprising turn in the past decade. After years of concern that girls were being shortchanged in male-dominated schools, especially in math and science, there has grown a rising chorus of voices worrying about whether boys are the ones in peril.

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Learning Separately - Education Next The case for single-sex schools. Leonard Sax of the National Association for Single Sex Public Education is almost dismissive of the private sector schools and ticks off a half dozen public schools whose single-gender students are randomly selected.

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Sociology of gender - Wikipedia Sociology of gender is a prominent subfield of sociology. Social interaction directly correlated with sociology regarding social structure. One of the most important social structures is status.

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Single-Gender Classes: Are They Better? Education World Single-Gender Classes: Are They Better? Wesley Sharpe offers two points of view on this hot topic! What happens to the bright-eyed exuberance of girls between the primary grades and high school graduation?