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Implementation of gender-inclusive instruction in single-sex and mixed-sex science classrooms (Parker & Rennie, 2002)

This study, undertaken in ten government co-educational high schools in Western Australia, found that single-sex classes provide environments in which teachers can implement gender-inclusive science instructional strategies more readily and effectively than in mixed-sex settings. Sexual harassment of girls was also eliminated in single-sex classes. The study by Parker and…

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Career aspirations of adolescent girls (Watson, Quatman & Edler, 2002)

Watson, Quatman and Edler (2002) found that girls at single-sex schools had higher real career aspirations than girls at co-educational schools. The career aspirations of high-achieving American, adolescent girls were explored by comparing them to the aspirations of adolescent boys. The influence of school grade, achievement level and single-sex versus coeducational school…

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