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Do single-sex classrooms help or hinder education?

What New York Times writers think is not as important as whether or not YOU think girls learn differently from boys

Gender: single sex classrooms

Are Single-Sex Classrooms Better For Kids?

Gender: single sex classrooms

Don't segregate girls and boys in classrooms. By Michael Kimmel

Opinion: Don't segregate boys and girls in classrooms

Michael Kimmel says single-sex classes might do more harm than good by reinforcing gender stereotypes.

Why single-sex education is spreading across the US - CSMonitor.com

Why single-sex education is spreading across the US

An estimated 500 public schools across the US now offer some all-boy and all-girl classrooms. But the American Civil Liberties Union is involved in a battle against single-sex learning.

A group of parents recently pressured the public school I attended, in Texas, into banning seven books from assigned reading lists.

What Kind of Town Bans Books?

What Kind of Town Bans Books? - The New Yorker. Good article not only on why schools ban books but also on why we teach books and why we should discuss difficult topics.

Students' can collaborate to refine their ideas and consider options to save water.

Single-sex vs coeducational schools—how parents can decide the best option for their child

How Boys and Girls Learn Differently (Readers Digest)

How Boys and Girls Learn Differently

How Boys and Girls Learn Differently (Reader's Digest)

Starting a Private School: What You Need to Know: Starting A School

Starting a Private School: What You Need to Know

Many people dream of starting a private school, but doing so takes time, money and effort. Doug Halladay shows you what you need to consider.

5th grade. Instead of "pick up sticks" it's "pick up states" Each stick has a state on one side and a capital on the other. Students must say either the state or the capital before they can keep the stick.

Instead of "pick up sticks" it's "pick up states" Each stick has a state on one side and a capital on the other. Students must say either the state or the capital before they can keep the stick. Can do with 19 significant cities/ states

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