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ID number:467061
Published: 12.04.2016.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
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Secondly, it has been observed that pupils in single-sex schools break gender stereotypes. Students in coeducational classes often categorize lessons in “boy subjects” such as math and physics and “girl subjects” such as music and drama. So in coeducational schools pupils often feel like they need to prove themselves, and they make their choices based on the stereotypes rather than listening to their hearts. For example, a boy in coeduacational school would almost never choose cooking, because he is afraid of others making fun of him. Whereas pupils in single-sex schools enjoy all subjects and do not feel the obligatory to do somehing what is expected from their gender. …

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