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The College is already largely coeducational, in that its other three schools-- the School of Nursing, the School of New Resources (for adult learners) and the Graduate School -- have been admitting both women and men since the 1970s.
To provide access to women for whom cultural barriers would make it difficult or impossible to attend coeducational institutions;
Exclusively an all-women's institution for its first 152 years, Peace began offering coeducational evening courses through the William Peace School of Professional Studies in 2009.
Research has also indicated that this is particularly true among adolescent females in coeducational physical education classes (Hannon& Ratliffe; Osborne, et al.
Lee and Bryk (1986) examined educational achievement gains during attendance at single-sex and coeducational Australian Catholic high schools, as measured by test score gains on the reading, mathematics, science and writing components of the High School and Beyond test battery.
For example, after Carson College for men and Newman College for women joined to become coeducational Carson-Newman College in 1889, the catalogue listed the following advantages of coeducation:
In response to changing patterns of school organisation and strong criticisms of the evidential basis upon which Dale based many of his assertions (Cocklin, 1982; Lee & Bryk, 1986; Marsh, 1989; Schneider, Courts, & Starr, 1988), there has been renewed interest in the extent to which single-sex and coeducational schools affect children's academic development.
This suggests that coeducational schools need to examine the ways in which they have, probably unwittingly, enforced powerful gender stereotypes on both girls and boys.
In a letter that accompanies the survey, Bishop Gerald Wilkerson - whose region includes the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys - notes that a new high school would be coeducational, have an enrollment of 600 to 1,200 students and charge an estimated $4,600 in annual tuition.
Founded in 1863, Boston College is a coeducational university with an enrollment of 9,000 undergraduates and 4,700 graduate and professional students representing every state and more than 99 countries.
Teams are divided into coeducational groups for ages 6-7, 8-10 and 11-12.
Quinnipiac University is a private, coeducational institution with undergraduate and graduate programs in liberal arts, business, education, health sciences, communications, and law.
Network pitch: A half-hour situation comedy set in Woodbridge, a once upper-crust Manhattan girls academy now transformed into a coeducational boarding school with a racially and financially diverse student body.
Women's philanthropy programs at coeducational colleges and universities (Jeanie Lovell)
Providence High School, a Catholic, college-prep, coeducational high school in Burbank, is offering an educational seminar for eighth-graders that will help them brush up on their math, English and test-taking skills in preparation for the entrance exam, 10 a.
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