Mixed or Single-sex School? Volume 2
Title Mixed or Single-sex School? Volume 2 PDF eBook
Author R. R. Dale
Publisher Routledge
Pages 370
Release 2017-05-18
Genre Education
ISBN 1351701347

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Originally published in 1971. This second volume in this three-part set examines specific aspects of social relationships within the school and demonstrates that co-educational and single-sex schools are fundamentally different communities. These volumes examine in detail the social and psychosocial differences between co-educational and single-sex schools. This volume provides a wealth of evidence from pupils and ex-pupils about such aspects as discipline, bullying, happiness, anxiety and attitudes to sex.



Mixed Or Single-sex School?: Some social aspects
Title Mixed Or Single-sex School?: Some social aspects PDF eBook
Author Reginald R. Dale
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Pages 360
Release 1969
Genre Coeducation
ISBN 9780710070241

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Volume 2 of Mixed or single sex school.



Single-Sex Schools
Title Single-Sex Schools PDF eBook
Author Cornelius Riordan
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Pages 90
Release 2015-07-02
Genre Education
ISBN 1475813651

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Single sex schooling might appear to be an obscure issue on the sidelines of the educational policy debates of our times. But it is far from this. In fact, a sizable number of people and political organizations would like to make these schools obscure, but somehow they are “scaling up” rather than down. In 1996, there were only two public single sex schools operating in America. By 2015 there are now at least 100 public single sex schools, despite opposition from the outset. These schools are primarily serving poor, urban, black and Latino, at risk children. This book takes up the challenge of studying the effectiveness of single sex schools. Riordan frees the discussion of its ideological and political baggage and brings a degree of theoretical and empirical balance to the debate. The book provides a sociological foundation for considering single sex schools. The basic argument is that the larger school context of all girls or all boys serves as the driving factor for producing favorable outcomes in single sex schools.



Mixed or Single-sex School?
Title Mixed or Single-sex School? PDF eBook
Author R. R. Dale
Publisher Routledge
Pages 286
Release 2017-05-18
Genre Education
ISBN 1351701444

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Originally published in 1969. This is the first volume in a trilogy which compares co-educational and single-sex schools. The study is based on the results of over twenty years’ experience among teachers and pupils and examines in detail the differences between the two types of school. This volume focuses on the teachers and on the pupil-teacher relationship.



Mixed or Single-sex School? Volume 3
Title Mixed or Single-sex School? Volume 3 PDF eBook
Author R. R. Dale
Publisher Routledge
Pages 350
Release 2017-05-18
Genre Education
ISBN 1351701282

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Originally published in 1974. This final volume in the trilogy is concerned primarily with comparing the academic progress made by pupils of near-equal ability in the two types of school. It considers attainment in different subjects but also attitudes to different subjects and then follows up with a study of university students from both types of school background.



Mixed Or Single-sex School?
Title Mixed Or Single-sex School? PDF eBook
Author Reginald R. Dale
Publisher
Pages 320
Release 1969
Genre Coeducation
ISBN 9780710077448

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Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation
Title Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation PDF eBook
Author John Radford
Publisher Routledge
Pages 212
Release 2002-09-26
Genre Psychology
ISBN 1134735669

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Despite many years of equality of choice, boys and girls continue to differ in both the subjects they study at school and later in the careers they decide to pursue. In this collection of papers by leading researchers from academic and practitioner backgrounds, the current evidence from a range of fields is reviewed. Drawing on both their own original research and that of others, the contributors consider topics as diverse as subject choice in secondary school, differences in brain functions between the sexes, the comparison of men and women in management and recruiting women to science and technology.