Importance of Coeducation

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Coeducation is an educational system in which students of both sexes attend classes together. Coeducation is the recent system of education where girls sit and study along with boys in same classes and in a common college. Coeducation was the only method to make both men and women useful members of society. Importance of coeducation in this is a modern concept and has brought remarkable change in the societies.

I was in a co-education school. In my class there are about 50 students’ girls and boys together. We learning many things one another in the course of being in the same class every day, Sometimes the interaction is pleasant and sometimes not, As It happens everywhere. Coeducation is really an important thing and everyone should know about it. So some of the things which I learned in Coeducation which I am going to share with you all:

Importance of coeducation:

Learn that boys are different from girls in many ways.
It helps in learning together so it will prepare them for the real world when they have to work with the opposite sex in their jobs. A co-educational environment allows children to socialize with the opposite sex freely. Boys and girls have to live together in the society in their later lives, so coeducation teach it from very beginning that how to leave together with understanding. It has also a common experience that the boys behave in a decent way when in company with girls. The problem of shortage of trained teachers can be dealt with by this system. Boys overcome their curiosity and girls, their shyness.

It helps to development a personality of both men and women. The classroom atmosphere would be more positive and even they learn in the classrooms that are very advantageous for children learning. It helps to improve pupil’s confidence to interact with opposite gender. It helps to get more competitive mind than non co-educated pupils. It helps for both girls and boy’s co-education...
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