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Co-Education Schools are better than Same Sex Schools.
  • Everybody here is for co-education. However, there still are parents who prefer enrolling the child in a same sex school. What could be the thought process behind doing that? @kalpana1 @rajin79 @anmolrawat
  • Parents feel that same sex schools are safer for their children. Debating parents state that their children will not get wrongly influenced if in the company of the same sex. But they fail to understand that ultimately the child has to live in a mixed society. They cannot shy away from this fact. And the sooner they learn to co-exist, the better.
  • Whether it is same sex school or co-ed school, every student should know the limits and emotions of each other. To me, it hardly matters for a student, but yes parents should take the responsibility and should become friend of their child. It will help in future to avoid problems, if any.
  • I studied at a co-ed school and would wish the same for everyone. It is fun and a relaxed environment to grow in.
  • @rajin79 Yes you are right, some parents may feel it is safer but in the end the child has to live in a society that is mixed.

    @Nandinideka You point is also very valid. Sometimes parents feel that reputation of the school as also the proximity of the school from the house is more important than the factor of whether it is a same sex school or co-ed school.

    @anwei Yes, very true parents should understand the child and be as friendly as possible with the child.

    @purvamestry Yes, indeed it is a fun and relaxed environment. Could you share with us any specific incident from your school life that comes to your mind when we talk about this debate?

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