Opinion: Single-sex classes would shortchange students

10/5/2006 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Boston University journalism professor Caryl Rivers and Brandeis University scientist Rosalind C. Barnett cite peer-reviewed studies and top researchers to counter the various arguments single-sex education advocates often make about gender differences in learning. The authors say many such claims are overblown and that classes segregated by gender would serve most children poorly.

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