A comparative analysis of single-sex schools in terms of achievement in reading and maths, and student attendance (Brathwaite, 2010)

The purpose of this study was to determine whether or not girls and boys achieve better academically, have fewer discipline issues, and attend school more regularly in single-sex settings than students in coeducational settings. This study was an evaluation of a single-sex program in a medium size, urban school district…
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