Ryerson: Why all girls? The benefits of single-gender education

Sally Ryerson Before teaching at Zealous Schools, I worked at another school for female-identifying, non-binary, and trans-male students. When people asked me about my job, I’d tell them I am a teacher at a gender-positive all-girls school. I once got the response: ‘Why all girls, boys aren’t so bad?’ I have taught boys, and yes, teaching boys is great too! But there is something so special about teaching all girls. Not only is there a dire need for more all-girls education options in our pursuit of gender equality, but there is also magical energy when you have all girls in one space.

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