Why it Is Better to Have Co-ed Classrooms

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Imagine your dream high school. Think about the type of people that would be there. You would see men and women from different ethnic backgrounds, social classes, and family situations with one common goal: learning. They learn the core classes math, science, english along with their electives that are suited towards their intelligence, personality, hobbies, and career outlook. To think some people want single-sex classrooms instead of the traditional co-ed classrooms is absurd. Co-ed classrooms provide young people with an opportunity to communicate with the other gender; kids learn parental responsibilities all at a lower cost than a single-sex classroom. When you go to a co-ed school, you get the benefit of interacting with people of the opposite sex. With communication being one of the most important skills a human could have in life, kids need to learn how to be successful communicators. If you go to a single sex school, you would not be able to practice talking with the opposite sex. When applying for a job, you need good communication skills to talk with both genders not just one. For example, when I umpire baseball games, I need to be able to talk with both men and women about what is going on in the game in an effective manner. If I went to a single sex school, I would not be able to talk successfully and convey the facts about the game to both genders because I wouldn’t have the experience to do so from school. Another benefit of going to a co-ed school is the ability to see the other gender’s strengths and weaknesses. In the future when people want to get married, they have to understand their counterpart. For example, the men need to know that, typically, they need to do most of the physical work around the house like cutting the grass, moving furniture, and fixing things, while the women need to do the smaller stuff like cooking, cleaning, and decorating. Without going to a co-ed school the genders won’t understand their...
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