Single-sex classes highlight differing approaches to learning

Students attending classes divided by gender at a Milwaukee-area high school don't seem to be performing any different academically than their peers in co-ed classrooms, but the divisions underscore some interesting differences in the way boys and girls approach their schoolwork. Meanwhile, Austin, Texas, is considering an all-boys academy to complement an all-girls school that is slated to open this fall.

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