Two versions of student-teacher interaction explanations for single-sex school impacts can be distinguished Dee However, the school-level data used in this study do not have detailed information on socioeconomic background of students attending the schools. We exploit a unique feature of schooling in Seoul—the random assignment of students into single-sex versus coeducational high schools—to assess causal effects of single-sex schools on college entrance exam scores and college attendance. For instance, leading experts supported gender segregation in higher education because they considered it "to be dangerous and inappropriate for women. Review of Research in Education.
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Because these test scores were standardized to have a mean of points and a standard deviation of 20 points, the coefficient of 1. To check for balance on the observed characteristics of parents between students in single-sex and coeducational schools, we use another data set, the Korean Educational Longitudinal Survey KELSwhich has tracked a nationally representative sample of 7th graders the first year in middle school every year since Kim et al. Districts Level 3u 00 k. Archived from the original on In contrast to the positive effect of all-girls schools on four-year college attendance, Model suggests that female students from all-girls schools are less likely to attend two-year junior colleges. Datnow A, Hubbard L, editors.