This essay approves that a mixed education system enables students of both genders to build confidence. It has been shown that students from single sex schools lack confidence as they do not have exposure. In addition to building confidence, mixed schools promote diversity. Students who mingle with other from the opposite sex are better placed to interact with diverse people in future situations. Sex segregation limits the level of interaction with the opposite sex, which may ripple over to the places of work. Socially, same sex segregation may result in difficulties of adjusting to mixed sex environments. It may also affect ordinary social growth aspects like dating.
This report makes a conclusion that it is worth noting that tokenism and other kinds of sex segregation in high schools may have effects, not only for students but also for teachers. Under the present state of affairs of sex segregation in most educational institutions, students learn that although the majority of teachers are females. However, the policies and regulations are set and imposed by administrators, the majority of whom are males (Saha & Dworkin, 2009). An educational system typified by rigid gender hierarchies, which are culturally and traditionally rooted does not appear to be the finest sort of environment to foster gender equality among students. Moreover, such a system does not foster them to make the types of nontraditional job-related choices that may bring to an end to sex isolation in employment. As such, same sex segregation of high school students should not be encouraged. ...Show more