In many countries today, parents are able to choose to send their children to single-sex schools or co-educational schools. Some people think that children going to single-sex schools have disadvantages later in life. To what extent do you agree?

Several nations today, consist of single-gender and mixed-sex schools for parents to choose. Though few people are in
promote over another
of girls/boys only schools, some guides express
and consider it to be disadvantageous later in
the lives
of children.
essay agrees with the statement because attending a single-gender school will cause problems in their personal and professional lives. Due to very less communication with the opposite sex, one’s professional life is affected badly. A friend of mine, Maya, went to only-girls school and grew up to be shy and weak. Maya’s shyness makes her colleagues and boss feel that she is not capable of performing under cruel circumstances and
not provide her any challenging tasks. Whereas people who have attended mixed-gender institutions, have proven to perform excellently under any critical situations.
, individuals who did not attend co-ed institutions are not able to grow and develop professionally. Not only
the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.)
career wise
, but
single-sex school students suffer loss in personal lives in their adulthood. Opposite-sex shyness is proven to be one of the reason of anxiety and depression. But people who were mixed-gender schooled, have better social as well as personal lives. Being able to talk freely to the opposite gender
a good friend and a great companion. Yale University researchers have proven that single-sex schooled sons and daughters suffer more psychologically than co-educationally schooled ones. To conclude, mothers and fathers of many nations a option of choosing between mixed and single gender institutions and few people consider the latter as harmful. I agree with those people because it leads to social-shyness and awkwardness resulting in unsuccessful social, personal and professional lives.
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