...is found in South Carolina. This newsletter from David Chadwell is one-stop shopping on the issue.
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March 26, 2010
March 23, 2010
The nation's pioneer in expanding single-sex options for parents, South Carolina, is pulling back due to budget cuts. Nearly 60 schools had to withdraw their offerings, the result of teacher layoffs. That's down from a peak of 220 schools offering the single-sex option. In my book, I profile a boy...
March 02, 2010
This article from Beaver Dam, Wis., (love the name) is typical of what I see in news coverage: We like what we see from our single-sex experiment...no improvement in test scores, but we like what we see. What does that mean? This is why the federal Department of Education needs to step in to evalua...
February 25, 2010
Feminists have opposed single-sex education from the beginning. Here's a taste of their legal arguments surrounding the ongoing lawsuit in Louisiana. My favorite phony argument is pointing to the federal survey of all single-sex programs, which concluded that on average they work no better than coe...
February 13, 2010
Given that the U.S. Department of Education has nothing to offer schools on how to design successful single-sex classrooms, these anecdotal observations are worth noting. This from the Tampa Tribune.