Saturday, January 28, 2012
Do boys and girls learn better in separate schools?
According to the December, 2011 issue of Time for Kids, the authors of a new report in Science magazine looked at research about single-gender schools. The authors found that single-gender schools cut back on girls and boys opportunities to work together. They also found that there is no scientific evidence that single-gender schools lead to better learning. But, more kids are going to single-gender schools.
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