Effects of single-sex education on progress in GCSE (Malacova, 2007)

A key aim of this study was to establish whether single-sex schools were more effective than co-educational schools in promoting pupils’ learning and development from the age of 14 to 16, after taking account of variations in pupils’ prior attainment (Malacova, 2007). Multilevel modelling was carried out on national British…
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