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The Rise of Single-Gender Schools

Submitted By: Katherine Han

Over the years, there has been a rise in more and more students attending single-gender schools. Before the 19th century, single-gender schools were very common. Recently, the number of single-gender schools and students rose immensely due to studies about education. Studies have shown that boys and girls brains are wired differently and they learn differently. Additionally, boys and girls brains also mature at different rates. The results of single-gender schools are controversial. Some believe that this kind of education helps because the lack of the presence of the other gender can allow them to focus on ways they learn best. Students also tend to focus easier when they are surrounded by the same gender. Some fiercely independent students may attend single-gender schools because these schools provide them with the kind of environment in which they are able to be truly independent. This rise of single-gender schools shows that our generation is changing and caring more and more about education and our future.

~Katherine Han

About Timothy Lee

Timothy Lee is a senior at Monta Vista High School. He moved back to the States in 2012 after living in Beijing, China for two years, and currently lives in Cupertino, California. This cross-culture experience has enabled him to encounter a vast variety of environments in which part of his writings are based on. He is also currently an officer in HEARTS, a nonprofit organization, and a VP at Silicon Valley DECA. He also has a passion in web design, computer science, badminton, and writing.

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