Separate schools for boys and girls

March 3, 2008
Single-sex public schools are becoming more common in the United States

Separating schoolboys from schoolgirls has long been a staple of private and parochial education. But the idea is gaining traction in some U.S. public schools, in response to both the desire of parents to have more choice in their children’s public education and the separate education crises girls and boys have been reported to experience.

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