Conn. ACLU labels single-gender classes as segregation

10/3/2013 | Republican-American (Waterbury, Conn.)

The State Education Resource Center in Connecticut has released a report examining whether single-gender classes would help bridge the achievement gap between male and female students. The report addresses pros and cons of the model, but the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut has responded to the report by saying single-gender classes amount to segregation and are unconstitutional.

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Republican-American (Waterbury, Conn.)

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