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The research showed that students of both sexes placed in single-sex classrooms were more likely to attend four-year colleges and receive higher test scores.

However, though proponents of single-sex schools cite an improvement in classroom behaviors, according to research by the American Psychological Association, which analyzed 184 studies on single-sex versus co-ed schools, many of these studies found no difference in participation or aspirations in single-sex classrooms.

This enriched my experience in classroom discussions and in the organizations I was involved on campus.

The decision ultimately resides with the student’s and parents’ preferences.

As an alum of both an all-female Catholic high school and co-ed private but non-religious university, I have experienced both sides of the argument, as well as the transition between the two.

There is conflicting research to support either of these claims.

University of Pennsylvania researchers performed a study in South Korea that randomly split up students into single-sex and co-ed schools.

The perspectives of the other sex are lost in discussion in single-sex classroom, but also, the ability to communicate with the other sex may not develop as quickly as it would in a co-ed environment.

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