The environment of single-sex schools facilitates academic performance

Recent research by the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand has found that learners academically perform better in a single-sex school.

The study compared the performance of learners in single-sex schools with those at co-educational schools.

It found the teaching style, environment and culture in single-sex schools are different from those in mixed-sex schools - which allowed children to flourish.

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