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But could the parents be wrong? A major study to be published on Wednesday will conclude that there is no evidence that children achieve more at single-sex schools. Fifty years of research into the subject does not support the &aposbold claims&apos made by the heads of these schools. The report, by one of Britain&aposs leading education Professor Alan Smithers, will challenge the popular perception among parents that sending their children (in particular daughters) to a single-sex school will benefit them. &aposThere are n
He concludes that, despite there being no advantage to single-sex schools, there appears to be no disadvantage either. In some cases single-sex education will be preferable if the community demands it for cultural reasons. &aposThe best outcome is to have a variety,&apos said Smithers, who will present his findings at the Co-Education Conference on Wednesday at Wellington College in Berkshire.
The above is a list of &aposperformance criteria&apos by which we might assess our professional development skills. However, what is from the list is the route by which we might achieve these objectives. It is suggested that a five step approach is used: There are many ways to categorize learning styles, but the simplest places learners into one or more of three categories: