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Single-sex schools are better for student learning and mental health

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With 1 vote and 3 points ahead, the winner is ...

omairnajjar
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Education
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Two days
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Round 1
Con
In the past centuries women always had a disadvantage, but our world has always tried to lessen the problem by solving it, this issue has gained massive attraction everywhere even from the old tribal societies, where the females were always subordinate to the males. By making blended gender schools that offer equivalent chances to the two sexes, individuals can start to see that we are people first. Our sex character gets used to the generally speaking cultural part of our species. Organizations which practice this way of thinking treat their students similarly with no inclination to sexual orientation. That implies tasks are given depending on need rather than biased cultural ideas. Nobody gets any unique treatment just on the grounds that they are a kid or a young lady.



Pro
Teenagers and high-schoolers are known to be in lots of relationships and love circles. This could lead to a case of being confused with priorities. Students will start being distracted from their studies and their grades will eventually plummet. Being in a single-sex school can prevent young adults from being in unnecessary relationships and flourish their learning and state of mind. The share of students who date more than once a week increases markedly with age, from 3 percent among eighth-grade students, to 7 percent of tenth-grade students, to 14 percent of twelfth graders, in 2017 
Round 2
Con
Omairs point was that it causes a distraction, now thiscould be solved if schools put each gender in a specific section, and they canonly see each other in breaks, if this would be done then the school has doneits part in trying keep the studying system clean, and if any altercationhappens it would be outside the school, students could still work with eachother in school projects
Pro
rashed point was actually really weak , it was so general and not to the point , it discussed a feminisms point and inequality , without focusing on the bad effects and results of mixing 2 genders that they will lack focusing on their studies and will focus on impressing the other genders . sure the verity of genders may lead to more productivity .