Girls vs. Boys

Coyle, Meghan; Razavian, Noosha
February 2010
Current Events;2/1/2010, Vol. 109 Issue 15, p7
The article discusses the issue of whether girls and boys should attend separate public schools in the U.S. The article focuses on the debate regarding the separate boys and girls public school. It claims that single-sex public schools are not advocating gender stereotypes but they actually provide a unique environment for students to have greater self-confidence and academic performance. Other people contend that single-sex schools may create stereotyping and generalizations.


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