The effect of single-sex education on academic outcomes in Trinidad and Tobago (Jackson, 2016)

In 2010, the Ministry of Education in Trinidad and Tobago converted twenty low-performing, co-educational government secondary schools into single-sex schools (Jackson, 2016, p. 1). Associate Professor C. Kirabo Jackson, a labour economist at Northwestern University in the United States, found that after accounting for student selection, there were “large positive…
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