So why are retailers having second thoughts? They're extremely worried about the boys' opinion. Write up a list of pros and cons with your child and, when possible, try and reach a decision together. However, younger son Devin, currently in Grade 10 at St. After a broadcast of The Boys of St.
When she teaches her class of girls, Ms. They do not. Simon, who is in Grade 9, single sex classrooms benefits in Quebec part in his first school play last year. And they get results: girls in the program, drawn from all parts of the city and every level of socio-economic status, rank highly in regional science fairs, and one girl from the Oliver site captured the silver medal at nationals last year.
The school also has a strong emphasis on science and math. The school, stranded near a tangle of expressways in blue-collar Montreal, landed close to the basement in academic performance for the English-language system.
Boys fare better both socially and academically in coed schooling because they're given more respect and listened to more. A comprehensive blueprint for what parents, teachers, and policymakers can do to help our sons become happier, healthier men, and fathers and leaders worthy of our respect. Her older son, Pierce, enjoyed and profited from his time at St.
The rate of students going on to college has nearly doubled. Contributing Editor Tim Johnson had great experiences at all of the coed public schools he attended, and was therefore surprised to discover so many merits in single-sex education. Your child will be able to experience the atmosphere for themselves and be able to compare it to their current mixed school.
Think of all the other things that are different out in the world.