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By Diane S. Pollard School of Education, University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee While there has been considerable furor in both public and educational spheres concerning existing and proposed single-sex schools during the past decade, somewhat less controversy has arisen over single-sex classes within mixed-sex schools. However, for a variety of reasons, a number of schools have begun to consider or experiment with single-sex classes. Not so very long ago single-sex classes in coeducational schools were considered to be an appropriate educative aspect of K—12 learning environments. As late as the s or even into the early s in some parts of the United States, girls and boys were routinely separated for some of their classes on a daily basis. The bases for single-sex classes varied. In some cases, students were placed in separate classes with different but purportedly parallel subject matters.Conversely, opponents claim single-sex education perpetuates traditional gender rosy past lies the story of its disturbingly checkered history. Single-sex schools have existed from the very beginning in not only America but throughout the world. For millennia, it was viewed that only men could be. For most of our nation's history, coeducation has been the norm in our public elementary and secondary schools. In recent years, however...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
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