Teachers: Single-gender classrooms improve learning

07/19/2009 | Las Vegas Sun

Educators in a Nevada school district who have taught some students in single-gender classrooms since 2002 say they are convinced that separating boys from girls and teaching them in different ways benefits student learning. Teachers say the male students learn better if they use something to occupy their hands, such as a squeeze ball, while female students need educators to boost their confidence.

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