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.
Nel 2001 ha pubblicato i risultati della ricerca, dalla quale emerge che i ragazzi e le ragazze istruiti in scuole single-sex hanno ottenuto prestazioni scolastiche superiori rispetto agli studenti e alle studentesse di scuole miste: tra il 15 e il 22%, a seconda delle materie di studio.
23 ago 2018 · Single-sex education refers to both classes and schools that have only one sex, defined by a biological classification. The alternative, in which both sexes are present in class or in the school as a whole, is referred to as “coeducation” or a “mixed-sex environment.”
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Recent years have seen a rebirth of single-sex schooling, either in the form of single-sex classes within otherwise coeducational schools or in separate single-sex schools, in a number of countries including the US, Britain and Australia (Datnow and Hubbard 2002; Younger and Warrington 2005).
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5 gen 2017 · Single-sex education, common in the United States until the 19th century, when it fell into deep disfavor except in private or parochial schools, is on the rise again in public schools as ...
Several early primary and secondary schools in the United States were single-sex. Examples include Collegiate School, a boys' school operating in New York by 1638 (which remains a single-sex institution); and Boston Latin School, founded in 1635 (which did not become coeducational until 1972).