Single Sex Schooling Products


How is Single-Sex Schooling defined in the popular press?

Does the research support claims of benefits?

    What is the message to policy makers?


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Terri Thompson answers these questions through the Single Sex Schooling review that CCKM undertook for the CESC-SSHRC Education Research Initiative. Terri is a teacher in Powell River, British Columbia and a graduate student in sociology of education in the UBC's Department of Educational Studies. Terri's feminist studies and interest in critical analysis and education policy attracted her to the Single Sex Schooling review. "I learned so much," says Terri. "I learned to use tools to organize and conduct a systematic review, improve my understanding of research methodology and statistics, and  how to present information to busy policy-makers that would help them arrive at a decision about an important and contentious policy issue."

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