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Your article introduces us to the new idea of having single sex classrooms as well as single sex schools This examines the experiment that has been implemented in Mountain View California where they recently opened a middle school for girls This school is primarily geared towards higher levels of math and science which in the past have been viewed as male dominant subjects Taking measures this far is just ridiculous to separate girls from boys This not only creates an issue for their futures but is also unnatural and detracts from what could be learned in a coed classroomYou argue single sex classrooms give girls an added sense of confidence over their male counterparts If these girls learn at a young age not to accept males help or knowledge they will have a very hard time in the real world Whether we like to admit it or not you can never ignore or avoid having to coexist or work as a business partner with the opposite sex Getting along with the opposite sex and having the ability to negotiate is a learned skill Certain situations that girls can comfortably avoid in these all girl schools will later have an effect on their adult careers Guys and girls communicate differently and have different needs therefore girls should have the chance throughout their young life to learn skills that will help them in their later life If they are surrounded by people that think the same and respond the same to situations they will not learn more about themselves or how the other half of the world functionsThe system has worked thus far why change it now In any given school there will not be one class that says a girl cannot be a part of except male sports for obvious reasons Others argue that if a girl did want to take classes such as welding or classes deemed as male oriented she would be discouraged from
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