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Some people think it is better to educate boys and girls in separate schools. Others, however, believe that boys and girls benefit more from attending mixed schools. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

It is thought by some individuals that schools should be organized on a gender basis. There are some proponents, however, who believe that there more benefits about mix schools. On the personal level, I am inclined to suppose that the number of arguments for mixed schools are rather larger than for separated ones.

From one perspective, organizing educating children in schools on a gender basis has a certain number of merits. First, this policy eliminates any relationships between boys and girls, thereby making them more concentrated on their study. For instance, in Malaysia, where one of my friends is from, the overall educational progress in separated schools is a bit higher than that of in mixed one. Furthermore, separating girls and boys in schools will enable to set a curriculum in the best suitable way for both genders. To be more specific, in this case boys are taught only with subjects best suitable for males and girls attend only those classes which they are more benefited.

On the flip side, however, there are also several advantages about attending the same schools by both man-children and lasses. For one thing, this enables the latter to comprehend nuances of gender relations which is reflected in happy marriage in the future. As a case in point, in Turkey, the percentage of model husbands and wives among those who attended mixed schools is higher than that of those who graduated from separated ones. In addition to that, children, who taught in schools which do not have any gender related limitations, are more versatile that their peers who are taught in boys-only or girls-only schools. In Russia, for example, which is my home country, a majority of boys have cooking and sewing skills after finishing mixed schools, whereas their peers from only-for-boys schools have not.

To sum up, the idea of educating boys and girls in separate way as well as in mixed one both have right to exist. From my personal standpoint, children of both genders are more benefited from being taught in mixed schools than that where the former are educated separately.

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