Establishing more of co-educational schools can help in spreading literacy even with the limited teaching staff and infrastructure. Thus, it will be beneficial for both boys and girls and the nation as a whole. Co-education helps the boys and girls to intermingle and understand each other well. They become more broad-minded and tolerant towards the opposite gender. They interact freely with.
The co-ed versus single sex debate touches raw nerves. Most boys schools were founded in a time when the education of girls was not a priority. It was the social norm in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries for all schools to be boys schools. Many girls schools were founded in the nineteenth century to correct this injustice, and thus the girls school movement is rightly recognised as a.
However, people supporting co-ed schools could argue that same-sex schools promote gender bias, and don’t prepare students for the real world where both genders mix. I do not think co-ed schools.
Co-education (co-ed) refers to the integrated education system, where the education of both boys and girls are arranged in the same environment, mainly at schools, colleges and universities. Thus, c o-education means that both genders of children are taught together in a school and class, rather than having separate schools or classes for girls and boys.
In my opinion, Co-ed schools are more effective and efficient than single sex schools. There are a myriad of reasons why co-ed schools provide a better environment than their counterparts, but the chief reason is that co-ed schools stimulate social skills, while co-ed stifles it. In co-ed schools, children learn to collaborate and cooperate with the opposite sex. This is important because it.
A co-educational school is also very successful in challenging sexist attitudes. Many subjects in secondary school allow for considerable classroom discussion and debate. In a co-educational school both the female and male perspectives will be explored in such discussions and this is a very important learning experience for all. In so doing they learn that 'equality' does not mean 'sameness.
It is not enough to just be part of a co-ed school that teaches girls and boys separately in class, because the really valuable interaction in co-ed schools occurs in lessons. For much of the rest.
Cogent arguments can be found supporting both single-gender and co-ed educational models. Researchers advocating for single-gender schools point to studies suggesting children can be disadvantaged.