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Title: The Separation Solution?
Other Titles: Single-Sex Education and the New Politics of Gender Equality
Authors: A. Williams, Juliet
Keywords: Single-sex classes (Education)—United States
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: University of California
Description: When I fi rst learned that a growing number of public schools teaching grades kindergarten through twelfth across the United States were experimenting with single-sex classes to address issues ranging from low self-esteem among adolescent girls to academic underachievement among at-risk boys, I was more than a little surprised. Of course I was aware that some parochial schools, as well as a handful of elite private schools, remained committed to the idea of educating girls and boys separately. Nonetheless, it was hard for me to comprehend how single-sex education could be on the rise in U.S. public schools.
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/52949
ISBN: 978–0-520–28896–6
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