Australian school finds success with single-gender maths lessons

03/13/2013 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

An Australian school with a culturally diverse student body found that they earned higher maths scores on recent exams after female and male students were separated during lessons. Officials said they made the decision to separate students following disappointing exam results from girls in 2010.

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