Argumentative essay: Single-sex Education vs. Coeducation Tsz Wa Tsui (Willy) The Pennsylvania State University Single-sex school vs. Co-education school Single-sex education is an approach in which education that males and females are taught separately. This kind of approach has been argued in the past as better than the co-educational schools. There are a lot of reasons and evidence to imply that single-sex schools provide a better environment for students in different ways. People may say students cannot socialize with opposite sex in single-sex school, which could affect their social skills in the future. However, achieving better academic results is always the priority for students.
While in regular school, a child will get a better quality education than a student who is in homeschool. The reason why is simple, in a school a student will have multiple teachers so he or she can see how different teachers teach a class. Students will have good, bad, strict, and polite teachers. If a child is being home schooled and taught by a parent the downfall is that a parent does not know everything about the curriculum. Nor does the parents know all of the history of certain subject.
Parents are a positive influence for many children who otherwise may fall behind, failing, or even dropping out of school. The background of the child’s family combined with passed down values and experiences will determine the student’s education. The role of technology in early childhood education is an effective tool for students, so the lack of technology in a child’s upbringing can affect their educational career. For example, students who do not begin using various types of technology from kindergarten can fall behind. Studies found that students who are less likely to access technology at home are at an academic disadvantage.
Also, poor students don’t have enough money to buy new computers or new programs to join with society, and this problem reflects in schools such as knowledge and experiences, too. There are many effects results faces schools system on the education, and school system get bad result. There are some teachers don’t have experiences, and teachers have negative influence on the students, however, there are some solution to get a good result such as encourages students to work hard, and distract give new computers, enough supplies that student need .Also school system can make new programs such as programs for training, grant programs to develop the ability for the
So that that kind of child who born from a noble family can receive a good education on language when they are young. Distinguish from aristocratic children, a child whose parents are normal, or even though poor. They can not give their children a great pre-school education because of the lack of time and money. They have to pay more time on making a living and children’s future studying. Some of them will ignore or make a bad influence on the golden age when a child learn and shape his own language skills.
This is a limitation of their study because the 'lower IQ' students are getting ignored/not the main focus to the teacher so these students will not improve as much. This can lead to poor relationships between teach and some lower ability students because they are judged negatively and put into lower sets, they are labelling them. The teachers focus and pay more attention to the ideal pupil, the pupils seen as the ones who clearly have the ability and potential to do well. Subcultures also have an effect on educational achievement of individuals; they can be created due to different social characteristics of individuals such as class, ethnicity, gender, youth
Fortunately not all the best teachers work in private education. So paying for education does not always give you a better chance of learning. Education is not all about cramming children with facts and dates, foreign languages and scientific equations; it is also about preparing the child for life. Students in paying education are often segregated from the ‘real’ world and can find it harder to progress in life once their education has finished as they have mostly been protected and cosseted within their own social class system. Most parents want a good education for their children and to give them the best start in life but not all parents have the income required to pay the sometimes astronomical school fees.
Middle class parents would also be able to send their child to a private school, which often results in a better quality of education. Students with a middle class background are, overall, more likely to go onto sixth form and university. This could be because middle class parents encourage children to pursue an education more than working class parents, who tend to put more emphasis on vocational subjects due to the working