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The community college of Qatar CCQ is consider to be one of kind in Qatar and it only serves citizens of Qatar Moreover it gives a second chance for boys and girls who miss the chance to finish their degree for any reason Now they can go forward toward higher education for better future The community college of Qatar CCQ has open two campuses one for boys the other one for girls However there is an argument that CCQ should be coeducation CCQ should not be coeducation because it is difficult for boys and girls to participate in college activities and lack of focus between them CCQ should not be coeducation because it is difficult for boys and girls to participate in college activities At college there are all kinds of activities such as art music sports volunteer work and community service club and media Although the college activities are non-created activities it helps students to get better grade When students are involved in college activities it builds their character and teach them long life skill Boys and girls at coeducation cannot participate together for it is against our culture Therefore he or she would not get the total benefits of being a college student For example Mariam is a student in Coeducation College and she is studying media She joined the college newspaper club which she thought it would prepare her for her career What happen is boys and girls where texting or chatting with each other When she was taking with a boy student about what to write on tomorrow college paper his respond was do you like to discuss it at Starbucks After this incident she left the club Also lack of focus among boys and girls in their studies Paying attention in the class
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