Is there still a need for single-sex schooling?

Sheila Cooper executive director of  GSA (Girl´s School Assotiation):

Boys and girls mature and learn in very different ways. Girls really can benefit from being in schools that recognise these differences and provide an education geared specifically to their needs.

Single-sex schools prepare girls for the complex and rapidly changing world they will face; enabling them to develop confidence in their own abilities as individuals and not to define themselves by their gender.

The girls of today will be tomorrow’s leaders, which is why we believe that there should be no limitations on their ambitions, either professionally or personally

(Spanish Version)