Students appear to like new single-gender homerooms in Ga. school:

08/9/2010 | WXIA-TV (Atlanta)

A Georgia middle school has started separating students by gender during homeroom, saying students behave differently when students of the opposite sex are absent. The single-gender homerooms were among other changes introduced when school began Monday at the Forsyth County school. "It's not that bad because a lot of girls tend to hang out with girls, and it's kinda fun 'cause I get to see my friends," one student said of the change.

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