Mixed Schools

1386 Words Apr 26th, 2015 6 Pages
This essay provides a discussion between the disadvantages and advantages of mixed schools. The first part of the essay begins with the disadvantages of mixed schools, about why some parents do not allow their children to attend mixed schools and even why some students themselves do not want to attend mixed schools. These are the educational, psychological and social disadvantages of mixed schools. The second part of this essay provides the benefits of attending mixed schools by looking at the economic, educational and social benefits of mixed schools. The essay then concludes by agreeing to the second side on the discussion where it clearly states that the benefits are more important.

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Consequently, students choose to be in an education system where they will feel comfortable.
However, there is another side to this issue. These mixed schools also have its advantages on students. It is economic, educational and social that helps students as they continued with their education especially at University, at workplaces and also when the students are old enough and ready to start their own family.
Economic issue on mixed schools is important. Most parents consider mixed schools because of its economic purposes, as it is less expensive than single sex schools. Simply because single sex schools are usually private schools, for this reason they sure should be expensive than mixed schools. Mixed schools give a chance and make life easier for parents who could not afford to send their children to single sex schools, because it’s expensive and yet both education systems teaches mostly the same subjects. Some parents have more than one child so they like their children to attend the same school so it will be much cheaper than attending different schools. Hence, parents send their children to mixed schools, so that they could afford to buy school fees.
Another point is how mixed schools help students in their learning. Students may feel uncomfortable at first but as days passes by they will realize the benefits of mixed

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