The classroom climate: A chilly one for women? Washington, DC: World Bank. This is a life skill. New York: Doubleday; In an earlier study Park et al. The adolescent society. In this way, we were able to investigate the reasons why principals were or were not interested in implementing single-sex classes.
Find out more by reading the full digital edition today, explore the articles on our website, or order your printed copy! Basically, it seems to conclude that there is not enough evidence to suggest single-sex education is better than co-education, or vice versa. We have spent several generations advancing the equality of the sexes.
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Students and families may also move to another school district in the middle of the school year if they are not satisfied with the randomly-assigned school. Online newspaper articles and word of mouth were also used to identify public schools with single-sex instruction. We find significantly positive effects of all-boys schools consistently across different STEM outcomes but not for girls.
Teaching the male brain: How boys think, feel, and learn in school. Although the effect of single-sex schools on the science-math test score seems similar to the effect on the general-science test score in its size for several cohorts, the effect is only significant for the senior cohort at about 10 percent of one standard deviation.
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Data and Variables Data We use two different data sources: 1 administrative data on math test scores of all high school seniors 12 th graders; 3 rd -year in high school who took the national college entrance exam in each year from to except for ; and 2 a longitudinal survey of high school seniors, the Korean Education and Employment Panel KEEP.
Child Development. As noted, KEEP does not provide identification numbers for school districts except that we can identify whether schools are in Seoul. Single-sex principals were asked whether they continue to offer single-sex classes at their schools.