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A Critical Review For years our nation has been debating over the benefits that coeducational schools have versus non-coeducational schools There are many different perspectives on the subject Some people believe that girls face harsh environments while seated next to boys in the classroom The author of The Trouble With Single-Sex Schools Wendy Kaminer feels otherwise She argues that the experiments and information supporting the hazards of coed schools can be demolished with a minimal amount of effort I highly disagree with Kaminer that single-sex schools are really the contributing factors to girls low self-esteem Through my own personal experience I realize that coeducational schools might be the right place for some young women but these schools are not the safest place for all Wendy Kaminer tells us in very gratifying tones of the beginnings of womens education She says that while the schools may have favored typical gender roles they did spark the idea of women as citizens She feels that in the early years single-sex schools were the only known choice She thinks that many of the current feminists are crazy for accusing coed schools of discouraging girls achievement To her the main focus should be on whether the establishment of all-girls schools is advancing or destroying civil rights and social equality I really enjoyed her introduction She glorifies women as winning their rights and pushing on towards greater victories such as education and the right to vote She makes women feel very proud to have come this far And yet underneath her wholehearted happiness for her own sex she seems to feel that womens rights have gone to far She seems to despise the very women she was praising earlier At the start of her essay she informs us of the many triumphs women overcame to obtain these rights making us believe she will take the side of her fellow woman Surprisingly enough further into her essay the
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