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yes no
Debate Score:37
Arguments:17
Total Votes:41
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single sex schools are better than co-ed schools

what's ur opinon

yes

Side Score: 9
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no

Side Score: 28
3 points

i think single sex schools are better than coed schools because some students can't focus well when an oppsite sex is around

Side: yes
brycer2012(1001) Disputed
3 points

What happens when a person enters a co-ed world after only learning how to communicate with their sex?

Side: No
2 points

Yep its easier to concerntrate and learn however i have found that when there are no guys around some girls start suking up 2 male teachers wich is kinda gross

I sometimes miss having guys around though cos when i was at primary school most of my friends were guys cos the girls were real bitchy there so it was kinda a shock wen i started an all girls school but its really cool as the girls arent all ways swooning over guys :)

Side: yes
brycer2012(1001) Disputed
3 points

What happens when a person enters a co-ed world after only learning how to communicate with their sex?

Side: No
Tinkerbell16(23) Disputed
1 point

nothing changes you are still the same person you were before

Side: yes

yes i believe that single schools are better.. i've been to both and from my experience single schools allow you be more open with issues that would be offensive or embarrassing if the other sex was present. even though it may seem to those who do not attend single sexed schools that this gives people the perfect oppertunuty to become homosexuals on bisexual it doesn't it actually makes you apprciate the other sex more.

Side: yes
brycer2012(1001) Disputed
3 points

even though it may seem to those who do not attend single sexed schools that this gives people the perfect oppertunuty to become homosexuals on bisexual it doesn't

I don't care about someone becoming gay. I care that the person will not have learned how to communicate with the opposite sex and will not be prepared for life, which has both sexes living together.

Side: No
1 point

Oh please .................................................................................

Side: yes

Having attended both, I have extensive knowledge on this subject (fear me and my knowledge!).

Segregation of the sexes is not healthy for a society. An environment which does not allow for contact with the opposite sex is not a fitting or proper incubator for people who will one day make up that society. It is better for children to become comfortable around both sexes, before they are thrust into a college or work environment in which contact is unavoidable.

There is absolutely no substance the claim that close proximity to the other sex inhibits the work of its counterpart. Likewise, there is no benefit at all to either party.

To summarise; society is not mono-gender, so raising children in an environment that is not an auspicious arrangement.

Side: No
2 points

Not necessarily. Male & Female are not going to live in different planets. They have to face challenges between them everyday. Both are depend on one another. Schools need to educate how to have better relationship between girls and boys. It will help them in their future career or personal life.

Side: No
2 points

when you attend a single sexed school they actually implore you to communicate with the opposite sex so that whatever the future holds for you communication wise you will not be left in th skies.

Side: No
2 points

single sex schools are not better than coed schools.

Also it helps both boys and girls to have social skills with the opposite sex and more balanced role play. For example, girls can have the confidence to do more things if there are other boys around them and vice versa.

Relationship between both sexes will deepen and will be beneficial for both sexes in their future life. Boys and girls can have the ability to talk to each other. They may have a better future career or personal life

There is not much bullying in co-ed schools than single sex schools.

Side: No
2 points

nope, co-eds are always the better option. children learn how to behave and act when the opposite gender is around. those who come from single sex schools become all jumpy and exited when in presence of the opposite gender. this leads to them facing problems and confusions as to how to live in a society in presence of both the genders.

Side: No
2 points

Going to co-ed schools my whole life i have to say co-ed is better then single sex schools. When you go to a co-ed school you learn how to act around the opposite sex. Yeah some of us act immature but you can learn from those people who do act immature and change that around by not acting like that. You also now what it will be like being around them when you go to college. For people who go a same sex school yeah your probably around girls outside of school but its better to know how to be around them in school. So i say co-ed is better then single sex.

Side: No
2 points

If people study in a single sex school ho they will. Behave with the

Opposite sex they will not know how to communicate with opposite sex

Side: No
1 point

I believe that students should be in a co-ed schools as it gives every student that opportunity to communicate with the opposite sex. When people argue that being in a co-ed school can be distracting with having the opposite sex there, it is the same for single sex schools as every where you go you are always distracted either by the opposite sex, by friends, parents and even the teachers. Growing up in a co-ed school i found no problems at all but however for a friend of mine she went to an all girls school and found it difficult as being in a school full of girls. i think it might work with having a co-ed school but have some of the classes as same sex. just an idea.

Side: no