Upper Canada College est. Not just better students; more well-rounded people The benefits of single-sex schools are not only academic. I had the honor of sharing the podium last week with the lead authors of the study, Michael Younger and Molly Warrington. It had nothing to do with students not wanting to attend single-sex schools, she said. I really love Papamoa College, the open plan works really well for me. What makes this study really unique is that the researchers did not merely observe and document what they found; they then intervened, and attempted to graft those strategies onto other, less successful schools.
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That's seldom the case at single-sex schools. For girls, much of the benefit lies in developing their personhood in an environment free of persistent traditional gender stereotypes that can hold women back. Kimberly Yates has been both writing and teaching since Researchers at Cambridge University released results of a four-year study of gender differences in education. Kimberley Noble says she's relieved her year-old daughter Lucy doesn't have to deal with the peer pressure of the co-ed classroom, where some girls are pushed to grow up too soon or act a certain way to impress boys. Share via email email. However, both the ACER study in Australia just mentioned, and the Foundation study mentioned at the top of the page, both found no evidence to support that hypothesis.