Research Methods And Statistics Of Criminal Justice

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Rasida Thomas Professor Ilter Aykac Research Methods and Statistics of Criminal Justice Research Paper: Do students receive a better education in single-sex schools rather than in co-educational schools? January 18, 2015 Abstract: The purpose of this research is to study, analyze, and interpret the differences between single-sex schools and co-educational schools. This research paper will specifically highlight the differences of academic achievement, educational aspirations, discipline and control, development, motivation as well as the ability to focus and avoid distractions amongst students within single-sex schools and co-educational schools. According to many research studies, it is theorized that single-sex education is more effective and beneficial for students than co-educational schools. Mainly, the goal of this paper is to determine if students are receiving a better education within single-sex schools than in co-educational high schools. It is also essential to determine whether students are able to focus more and avoid distractions while in a single-sex environment as well as discovering if students are much more motivated in accomplishing both educational and career goals in single-sex schools than in co-educational schools. Additionally, this paper will analyze three different studies of students within a single-sex school versus students within a co-educational public high school. The research participants of this research study include
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