Single-gender classes are formed in effort to improve learning

A Tennessee elementary school has divided two co-ed classes into single-gender classes, saying they will teach the same curriculum, just in different ways. The change is meant to improve student learning. Now, the school is teaching girls with a calmer approach and using more visual and physical methods with the boys. "We're always looking to stretch our students and help make learning more relevant for them," the school's principal said.

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