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Single-sex education refers to both classes and schools that have only one sex, defined by a biological classification.
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I will be arguing for the implementation of Single-sex education into the United States'. Specifically, the basic education system - (primary and secondary). There are many reasons to implement this system, some of which I will provide below.
A.) It would allow us to tailor education towards both male and female learners.
Boys and girls learn differently, with this difference being most pronounced in younger learners. 
They also behave and think/process differently. 
C.) It would increase motivation for both boys and girls. 
D.) It would increase academic achievement for both boys and girls. 
Single-sex education is more effective for both inclusion and achievement. Keep in mind, this is by no means a comprehensive list of the benefits of single-sex education.