Apparently, single sex education is advocated in most of the culture with regard to tradition and religion as a practice witnessed in various parts of the world. Numerous studies have shown that single-sex schools or single- sex classes have greatly influenced the participation of students both quantitatively and qualitatively. In essence, there is increased student performance, and general educational performance. Of importance to note is that, most of these schools have boarding facilities where the students are confided for a specific period of time (Bracey, 2007). For instance, until the nineteenth century, education in the United States of America was a single sex affair. In fact, boys attended school while the girls followed later to merge. This meant that the presence of girls in the already existing school would have a great impact on tempering to rough behavior of the boys. However, that same behavior is what would later lead to the separation of classrooms during the learning process after it was confirmed that it was not easy for learning to take place when both genders were put together (Brueningsen & Benedict, 2013). This debate brought with it four camps that were used to expound more on the unproven single –sex teaching. The first camp comprised of those who believed that coeducation was the best. Groups such as AAUW and the Feminist Majority Foundation, over and above, other individual researchers argued that if girls were not comfortable in the coeducation system, then it was only practical to reform it.