Single-sex education has proven to be beneficial to girls for sometime now. From kindergarten through college, girls do well when learning in classrooms with just other female students. Yet when boys are placed in single-sex environments, they don't exhibit the same results.
Female students in single-sex institutions test better than girls in co-ed classrooms, and continue to thrive well into their scholastic careers. Even girls who have previously struggled in co-ed schools environments can significantly catch up once being placed in a single sex classroom. Later down the road, regardless of a previous co-ed education,young women who are educated in women's colleges are more likely to attend graduate school that those who attend co-ed universities or colleges.Back To School: What To Do If You Don't Like Your Child's Teacher
Aside from testing better, girls who attend single sex-insuitons are also more likely to try a variety of subjects regardless of what is conventionallyRead More »from Back To School: Girls Perform Better In Single-Sex School Environments. Why Don’t Boys?