Same Sex schooling
By Jack, AJ, and John
John Keating, Jack Grzesiek, Alton-Jasper Moore
Single-Sex schooling should not be encouraged
We think that girls should learn with boys because it is unfair for both genders. We think girls and boys would learn better together, mixed up, and prepare them for real life. If you go into work you cannot be separated from the opposite sex you would have to work with them. The article also claims that one gender may get a better education than the other gender. Learning together would make the learning experience better and you may also learn how the opposite genders think and work. The work quantity may be greater in one school rather than the other schools and may sway between single-sex schools. So, for example, boys could be tasked with more work than the girls in a single-sex school. In conclusion we think boys and girls should be in the same school. Single-sex schools should not be encouraged and boys and girls together would prepare them for life situations.
NO GIRLS ALLOWED
NO BOYS ALLOWED