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More American elementary and secondary schools are embracing the idea that a student will perform better in the classroom when a key distraction is removed: the opposite sex.
He said South Carolina teachers, for example, develop more fluid lesson plans for boys, breaking up the session with various activities and discussions to hold students' interest.
"Teachers are usually thrilled. Once they get a better understanding, they say this makes a lot of sense," he said.