Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The Myths and Facts About an All Women's College

I enjoyed Keri’s article, “Why Choose a Women's College” and hope you do as well.

From the article:

"Oddly enough, many of the benefits that women gain by being in a single-sex school also seem to be gained by men when they are educated alone--especially in their younger years. There is a new trend, even among public schools, to separate boys and girls in classes, and the initial findings are that both do better academically. But because both are kept in the same school building, and they have the same teachers (albeit at different times of the day or week), neither sex gets slighted or short-changed, as might happen in two different schools, where one gets better teachers or better funding and the other is left to languish."

Keri Peardon, a 2001 graduate of Hollins University, located in Roanoke, VA received her B.A. in History. Hollins University is a women’s college with a 475-acre campus. See what others are saying about Hollins University by clicking here.

To read the entire article, click here.

To learn more about Keri Peardon, click here or here.

No comments:

Post a Comment