Separation anxiety

Reinhard, Beth
May 1998
Teacher Magazine;May/Jun98, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p26
Discusses the results of a study conducted by the American Association of University Women on the effectiveness of all-girls schools in the United States. Absence of significant differences in single-sex education and co-education.


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