Benefits Of Single Sexed Schools

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Nicholas Vidrine
Prof. Smith
English 1158
13 March 2018
Why Co-ed Schools are Better
Co-ed schools can be more beneficial than single sexed schools because it can lead to the development and growth with the opposite sex. I have experience from both sides of this topic and I feel that having a co-ed school makes the groups or friendships throughout those years of school worth it. When a student goes into a co-ed environment, they experience a new outlook on life because there is some sort of new competition or thought outlook on their lives. Getting involved into a co-ed school has many benefits and they will help you greatly later in life.
While I believe that having a co-ed school is more beneficial to the daily student’s life than going to a single sexed school, many others can say otherwise. “Many others may feel that students find it easier to focus on academics when they aren’t distracted by members of the opposite sex, and may find it easier to participate actively in classes where everyone is the same sex. For many students, dating is one of the biggest issues at stake when considering co-ed schools, single sex schools, and the impact their choice will have on the social life on campus.” (Co-Ed)
In 2006, according to the Strategic Counsel, a Canadian market research firm, surveyed 17,798 students and recent grads from Canadian and American high schools.
They have the following findings: 84% of students attending independent co-ed schools felt confident expressing
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