- Do students learn better in single-sex classrooms? Kirschenbaum, Robert; Boyd, André // NEA Today;May2007, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p41
The article examines the effectiveness of teaching in single-sex classrooms. Early research indicated that girl students benefit from the single-sex setting because they can participate more in class discussions, especially in math and science subjects. Robert Kirschenbaum explained that...
- SUBTRACTING SEXISM FROM THE CLASSROOM: LAW AND POLICY IN THE DEBATE OVER ALL-FEMALE MATH AND SCIENCE CLASSES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Ramsey, Carolyn B. // Texas Journal of Women & the Law;Fall98, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
Talks about the debate over the legality of single-sex math and science classes in U.S. public schools, as of 1998. Theoretical perspectives on the debate; Experiments with all-female math and science classes which do not violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment;...
- Separate Schools for Boys and Girls? // Junior Scholastic;11/1/2002, Vol. 105 Issue 6, p5
Discusses the plans of the U.S. President, George W. Bush to separate the public schools of boys and girls. Number of single sex public schools in the U.S.; Reason for introducing separate schools for boys and girls; Description of the law which Bush wants to change; Questions and answers...
- Single-gender schools. // Futurist;May98, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p11
Discusses the separation of sexes in public schools. Single Gender Academy Pilot Program in California; Advantage of single-sex classrooms to girls and boys.
- Separate Worlds. White, Kerry A. // Education Week;11/25/98, Vol. 18 Issue 13, p20
Provides information on single-sex public education in California. Reason for creating the six single-sex academies in the state; Advantages and disadvantage of the system; Implications for education.
- LEARNING DIFFERENCES: SEX-ROLE STEREOTYPING IN SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC EDUCATION. WILLIAMS, JULIET A. // Harvard Journal of Law & Gender;Summer2010, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p555
The article reveals how a movement for single-sex public education is gaining ground in the U.S. based on the paradigm that there are pedagogical differences in teaching men and women based on their biological sex differences. It explains how the movement had gained opponents who sought recourse...
- Single-sex school boys' perceptions of coeducational classroom learning environments. Yates, Shirley // Learning Environments Research;2011, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
Reviews in many countries have found little evidence of consistent advantages in either single-sex education or coeducation. Over the last three decades, coeducation has been introduced into many single-sex schools, but there is a dearth of evidence from the student perspective of the impact of...
- Rhetorical Pathologies and Gender Difference: An Ideological Examination of Cultural Discourse in Faulkner v. The Citadel. Schriver, Kristina // Women's Studies in Communication;Spring2003, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p27
Intense controversy surrounded the admission of women to the last two state supported single-sex educational institutions, The Citadel and VMI. The debate at The Citadel, in particular, provided a cultural narrative about gender, difference, and diversity. After conducting interviews, collecting...
- MEMPHIS SCHOOL EXPERIMENTS WITH SINGLE-SEX CLASSES. // Institute of Public Affairs Review;Mar2001, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p26
Focuses on the single-sex classes offered at Campus School, a public school on the grounds of the University of Memphis in Tennessee. Benefits of the system; How the system operates.