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Do Single-Sex Schools Work?

Actually, nobody knows for sure because the research is so poor and you can't really compare private schools to the public experiments now taking place. But to date, single-sex schools have emerged as the only "solution" to the gender gaps. Here's the debate in Pittsburgh. I have to credit Leonard Sax for being realistic about the single-sex option.

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