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Single Sex Education Many people have different views on single sex education Susan Estrich is very much in favor of single sex education She believes that schools treat girls unfairly and that by having schools or classes devoted to teaching only girls would help them greatly From what Estrich says girls are not given a chance in Math and in Science classes Geared more toward boys the classes do not even give the girls a chance to succeed from the start She believes that the SAT tests to get into college are unfair I disagree with Estrichs views on single sex education By separating boys and girls it would end up causing many more problems then answers In the very short run girls may do better in class without the distraction of boys In the long run what Learning not to be able to work in the real world with men And what about all of the experiences they would lose There are so many consequences by one action just in the name of good schooling Estrichs views come from her past Twenty years ago when she still attended school she remembers things as though she could have done better in school but her school did not let that happen She goes on to say that instead of taking the tough math and science courses she learned to twirl a baton toss it in the air and catch it while doing a split in the mud or the ice 126 That was her choice The school that she attended had no hand in her choice She chose to be a cheerleader instead of taking the more challenging courses in high school Why she did not do both Only she would know For some reason she thinks that the school should have done something The challenge isnt to get more scholarships for baton twirlers but to get more baton twirlers
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