Single-sex classes keep the focus on learning, not hormones

This year, sixth-graders at Atlanta's King Middle School will be segregated by gender for all core academics courses, reflecting a small but growing movement for single-sex education. Feminists worry that girls-only classes undermine teaching the sexes how to cooperate, while advocates say eliminating distractions enhances learning.

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