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Topic - Leonard Sax
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.
Regardless of a teacher's approach, Dr. Sax said most parents naturally have questions when a district implements single-sex classes.
"We're not suggesting that every child should be in a single-sex classroom," he said, "but we believe that every parent should have the choice."