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For years, many educators, parents and researchers have been asking whether it is academically advantageous to teach boys and girls together or separately at school. [41] Some argue that co-education has primarily social benefits, so that men and women of all ages may be better prepared for real-life situations, while a student who is familiar with only one sex session might be less prepared, nervous or restless. Men always say they don`t understand women, perhaps because they were sent to single sex schools. Studies have shown that boys who, unlike mixed schools, went to single-sex schools are more likely to divorce and suffer from depression in the 1940s [[Professor Diana Leonard, of the Institute of Education at the University of London, 2009, www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/why-singlesex-schools-are-bad-for-your-health-if-youre-a-boy-1831636.html%5D%5D 5D 5D This is proof that we should train our children in mixed schools to give them the best account of emotional health. However, some argue that students in certain age groups may be more distracted by the opposite sex in a context of co-education, although others indicate that this is based on the assumption that students are all heterosexual and prove that they are contradictory on this point. There is evidence that girls perform less well in traditionally male-dominated subjects, such as science, in a class with boys, although other studies suggest that if previous performance is taken into account, this difference will disappear. [42] [43] According to proponents of co-education, students without classmates of the other sex have social problems that can affect youth development. They argue that the absence of the other sex creates an unrealistic environment that is not duplicated in the real world. [44] Some studies show that in gender-separated classes, male and female students work and learn at the same level as their peers, the teacher`s stereotypical mentality is eliminated, and girls are likely to have more confidence in the classroom than in a co-educational classroom. [45] Tao Xingzhi, the Chinese advocate for mixed education, proposed the Student Audit Act (旁聽法案, Gu`D`ng Nǚ Zi Péng T`ng F`n) at the Nanjing Higher Normal School meeting on December 7, 1919.