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Etzaz Munir
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Instructive stage
In 2000, 76.6 million understudies had enlisted in schools from Kindergarten through master's level college. Of these, 72 percent matured 12 to 17 were considered scholastically "on track" for their age, i.e. selected in at or above evaluation level. Of tho...

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History
Primary article: History of instruction in the United States Government-upheld and free state funded schools for all started to be built up after the American Revolution. Somewhere around 1750 and 1870 parochial schools showed up as "specially appointed" en...

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History
Primary article: History of instruction in the United States Government-upheld and free state funded schools for all started to be built up after the American Revolution. Somewhere around 1750 and 1870 parochial schools showed up as "specially appointed" en...

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Education in the United States
Education  in the  United States  is provided by  public schools  and  private schools . Public education  is universally required at the  K–12  level, and is available at state colleges and universities for all students. K–12 public school curricula, budge...

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Coeducation
Coeducation  is the integrated  education  of males and females at the same school facilities. The term "Co-ed" is a shortened version of "co-educational," and is also sometimes used as an informal and increasingly archaic reference to a female  college  st...

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Colleges For Coeducation
get lesser-quality students, or it can switch to coeducational status, have reduced giving among prior alumni, but gain better (and possibly more) students.37 Intelligent administrators will discount the two streams and choose the optimal switching date whe...

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Chronology of Coeducation: College Openings and Switchers
In 1934, 64 percent of all 4-year institutions with undergraduates were coeducational and 70 percent of undergraduate enrollments were in coeducational institutions. Of the coeducational schools at that time, 34 percent had begun as single-sex institutions....

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Putting the “Co” in Education: Timing, Reasons, and Consequences of College
 Coeducation from 1835 to the Present Claudia Goldin Harvard University and National Bureau of Economic Research Lawrence F. Katz Harvard University and National Bureau of Economic Research The history of coeducation in U.S. higher education is explored thr...

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Brain OF Male And Female according Coeducation
Arguments Against Coeducation At the end of the twentieth century, there begun a movement back to single-sex education. Advocates of single-sex education, where male and female students attend separate classes or attend separate schools, cite studies that s...
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