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Mixed-sex education , also known as mixed-gender education , co-education or coeducation abbreviated to co-ed or coed , is a system of education where males and females are educated together. Whereas single-sex education was more common up to the 19th century, mixed-sex education has since become standard in many cultures, particularly in Western countries. Single-sex education, however, remains prevalent in many Muslim countries. The relative merits of both systems have been the subject of debate.

The world's oldest co-educational day and boarding school is Dollar Academy , a junior and senior school for males and females from ages 5 to 18 in Scotland, United Kingdom. From its opening in the school admitted both boys and girls of the parish of Dollar and the surrounding area. The school continues in existence to the present day with around 1, pupils. It opened on December 3, , with 44 students, including 29 men and 15 women. Fully equal status for women did not arrive until , and the first three women to graduate with bachelor's degrees did so in In early civilizations, people were educated informally: As time progressed, education became more structured and formal.

Women often had very few rights when education started to become a more important aspect of civilization. Efforts of the ancient Greek and Chinese societies focused primarily on the education of males. In ancient Rome, the availability of education was gradually extended to women, but they were taught separately from men.

The early Christians and medieval Europeans continued this trend, and single-sex schools for the privileged classes prevailed through the Reformation period. In the 16th century, at the Council of Trent , the Roman Catholic church reinforced the establishment of free elementary schools for children of all classes. The concept of universal elementary education, regardless of sex, had been created. The practice became very popular in northern England, Scotland, and colonial New England, where young children, both male and female, attended dame schools.

In the late 18th century, girls gradually were admitted to town schools. The Society of Friends in England, as well as in the United States, pioneered coeducation as they did universal education, and in Quaker settlements in the British colonies, boys and girls commonly attended school together.

The new free public elementary, or common schools , which after the American Revolution supplanted church institutions, were almost always coeducational, and by most public high schools were coeducational as well.

In Great Britain, Germany, and the Soviet Union, the education of girls and boys in the same classes became an approved practice. In Australia there is a trend towards increased coeducational schooling with new coeducational schools opening, few new single sex schools opening and existing single sex schools combining or opening their doors to the opposite gender. For millennia in China, public schools, especially public higher learning schools, were for men.

In the s women's universities were established such as Ginling Women's University and Peking Girls' Higher Normal School, but there were no coeducation in higher learning schools. He also proposed that the university recruit female students. The idea was supported by the president Guo Bingwen , academic director Liu Boming , and such famous professors as Lu Zhiwei and Yang Xingfo, but opposed by many famous men of the time.

The meeting passed the law and decided to recruit women students next year. Nanjing Higher Normal School enrolled eight Chinese female students in In the same year Peking University also began to allow women students to audit classes. One of the most notable female students of that time was Jianxiong Wu. In , the People's Republic of China was founded. The Chinese government has provided more equal opportunities for education since then, [ citation needed ] and all schools and universities have become mixed-sex.

In China Muslim Hui and Muslim Salars are against coeducation, due to Islam, [ clarification needed ] Uyghurs are the only Muslims in China that do not mind coeducation and practice it. Admission to the Sorbonne was opened to girls in Mixed-sex education became mandatory for primary schools in and for all universities in Paul's Co-educational College was the first mixed-sex secondary school in Hong Kong. It was founded in as St. Paul's College , which is a boys' school.

When classes at the campus of St. Paul's College were resumed, it continued to be mixed, and changed to its present name. Most of the Hong Kong primary and secondary schools are mixed-sex educations, include government public schools, charter schools and private schools. Pakistan is one of the many Muslim countries where most schools , colleges and universities are single gender although some universities, colleges and schools are coeducational. In schools that offer O levels and A levels, co-education is quite prevalent.

After the Islamization policies in early s the government established Women's colleges and Women's universities to promote education among women who were hesitant of studying in mixed-sex environment. Today, however, most universities and a large number of schools in urban areas are co-educational. In the United Kingdom the official term is mixed , [9] and today most schools are mixed. A number of Quaker co-educational boarding schools were established before the 19th century. Founded in , it is the oldest mixed-sex educational institution in the world still in existence.

In England the first non-Quaker mixed-sex public boarding school was Bedales School , founded in by John Haden Badley and becoming mixed in Many previously single-sex schools have begun to accept both sexes in the past few decades: The first higher-education institution in the United Kingdom to allow women and men to enter on equal terms, and hence be admitted to academic degrees, was the University of Bristol then established as University College, Bristol in Given their dual role as both boarding house and educational establishment, individual colleges at Oxford and Cambridge remained segregated for much longer.

The first Oxford college to house both men and women was the graduate-only Nuffield College in ; the first five undergraduate colleges Brasenose, Hertford, Jesus, St Catherine's and Wadham became mixed in The first mixed Cambridge college was the graduate-only Darwin from its foundation in Churchill , Clare and King's Colleges were the first previously all-male colleges of the University of Cambridge to admit female undergraduates in Magdalene was the last all-male college to become mixed in The last single-sex all-women's college in Oxford, St Hilda's , became mixed as of Michaelmas term ; however some Permanent Private Halls still exist which are open only to men.

Three colleges remain single-sex women-only at Cambridge: The oldest extant mixed-sex institute of higher education in the United States is Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio , which was established in Mixed-sex classes were admitted to the preparatory department at Oberlin in and the college department in Later, in , the first black woman to receive a bachelor's degree Mary Jane Patterson also earned it from Oberlin College.

Beginning in , Hillsdale College became the next college to admit mixed-sex classes to four-year degree programs. The University of Iowa became the first coeducational public or state university in the United States in , [16] and for much of the next century, public universities, and land grant universities in particular, would lead the way in mixed-sex higher education.

There were also many private coeducational universities founded in the 19th century, especially west of the Mississippi River.

East of the Mississippi, Wheaton College Illinois graduated its first female student in , [17] while Cornell University [18] and the University of Michigan [19] each admitted their first female students in Around the same time, single-sex women's colleges were also appearing. The Buckman arrangements officially ended with new legislation guidelines passed in Several early primary and secondary schools in the United States were single-sex. Examples include Collegiate School , a boys' school operating in New York by which remains a single-sex institution ; and Boston Latin School , founded in which didn't became coeducational until Nonetheless, mixed-sex education existed at the lower levels in the U.

For example, in , the predecessor to Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania , opened as a mixed-sex secondary school. Westford Academy in Westford, Massachusetts has operated as mixed-sex secondary school since its founding in , making it the oldest continuously operating coed school in America. A minister and a missionary founded Oberlin in John Shipherd minister and Philo P. Stewart missionary , became friends while spending the summer of together in nearby Elyria.

They discovered a mutual disenchantment with what they saw as the lack of strong Christian principles among the settlers of the American West. They decided to establish a college and a colony based on their religious beliefs, "where they would train teachers and other Christian leaders for the boundless most desolate fields in the West". The college and community succeeded on progressive causes and social justice. Oberlin's earliest graduates were women and African Americans. While Oberlin was co-educational from its founding in , the college regularly admitted African American students beginning in , after trustee and abolitionist, Reverent.

Shipherd, cast the deciding vote to allow them entry. Women were not admitted to the baccalaureate program, which granted bachelor's degrees, until Prior to that, they received diplomas from what was called the Ladies Course. The college admitted its first group of women in The early success and achievement of women at Oberlin College persuaded many early women's rights leaders that coeducation would soon be accepted throughout the country.

However, for quite a while, women sometimes suffered uncivil behavior from their male classmates. The prejudice of some male professors proved more unsettling. Many professors had disapproved of the admission of women into their classes, citing studies that stated that women were physically incapable of higher education, and some professors found it difficult to acknowledge women's presence once they were admitted.

One of these books is Boys and Girls Learn Differently! A number of Greek-letter student societies have either been established locally or nationally or expanded as co-ed fraternities.

In American colloquial language, "coed" or "co-ed" is used to refer to a mixed school. The word is also often used to describe a situation in which both sexes are integrated in any form e. As a noun, the word "coed" is used to refer to a female student in a mixed gender school. If the sexes were educated together, we should have the healthy, moral and intellectual stimulus of sex ever quickening and refining all the faculties, without the undue excitement of senses that results from novelty in the present system of isolation.

For years, a question many educators, parents, and researchers have been asking is whether or not it is academically beneficial to teach boys and girls together or separately at school. However, certain authors argue that at certain ages, students may be more distracted by the opposite sex in a coeducational setting. Girls may have lower, more traditional aspirations and may choose occupations that tend to be more traditional in nature as opposed to science-related occupations.

They argue that the absence of the opposite sex creates an unrealistic environment not duplicated in the real world.

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Beginning in , Hillsdale College became the next college to admit mixed-sex classes to four-year degree programs. The University of Iowa became the first coeducational public or state university in the United States in , [16] and for much of the next century, public universities, and land grant universities in particular, would lead the way in mixed-sex higher education.

There were also many private coeducational universities founded in the 19th century, especially west of the Mississippi River. East of the Mississippi, Wheaton College Illinois graduated its first female student in , [17] while Cornell University [18] and the University of Michigan [19] each admitted their first female students in Around the same time, single-sex women's colleges were also appearing. The Buckman arrangements officially ended with new legislation guidelines passed in Several early primary and secondary schools in the United States were single-sex.

Examples include Collegiate School , a boys' school operating in New York by which remains a single-sex institution ; and Boston Latin School , founded in which didn't became coeducational until Nonetheless, mixed-sex education existed at the lower levels in the U. For example, in , the predecessor to Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania , opened as a mixed-sex secondary school.

Westford Academy in Westford, Massachusetts has operated as mixed-sex secondary school since its founding in , making it the oldest continuously operating coed school in America. A minister and a missionary founded Oberlin in John Shipherd minister and Philo P.

Stewart missionary , became friends while spending the summer of together in nearby Elyria. They discovered a mutual disenchantment with what they saw as the lack of strong Christian principles among the settlers of the American West. They decided to establish a college and a colony based on their religious beliefs, "where they would train teachers and other Christian leaders for the boundless most desolate fields in the West".

The college and community succeeded on progressive causes and social justice. Oberlin's earliest graduates were women and African Americans. While Oberlin was co-educational from its founding in , the college regularly admitted African American students beginning in , after trustee and abolitionist, Reverent. Shipherd, cast the deciding vote to allow them entry. Women were not admitted to the baccalaureate program, which granted bachelor's degrees, until Prior to that, they received diplomas from what was called the Ladies Course.

The college admitted its first group of women in The early success and achievement of women at Oberlin College persuaded many early women's rights leaders that coeducation would soon be accepted throughout the country.

However, for quite a while, women sometimes suffered uncivil behavior from their male classmates. The prejudice of some male professors proved more unsettling. Many professors had disapproved of the admission of women into their classes, citing studies that stated that women were physically incapable of higher education, and some professors found it difficult to acknowledge women's presence once they were admitted.

One of these books is Boys and Girls Learn Differently! A number of Greek-letter student societies have either been established locally or nationally or expanded as co-ed fraternities. In American colloquial language, "coed" or "co-ed" is used to refer to a mixed school.

The word is also often used to describe a situation in which both sexes are integrated in any form e. As a noun, the word "coed" is used to refer to a female student in a mixed gender school. If the sexes were educated together, we should have the healthy, moral and intellectual stimulus of sex ever quickening and refining all the faculties, without the undue excitement of senses that results from novelty in the present system of isolation. For years, a question many educators, parents, and researchers have been asking is whether or not it is academically beneficial to teach boys and girls together or separately at school.

However, certain authors argue that at certain ages, students may be more distracted by the opposite sex in a coeducational setting. Girls may have lower, more traditional aspirations and may choose occupations that tend to be more traditional in nature as opposed to science-related occupations. They argue that the absence of the opposite sex creates an unrealistic environment not duplicated in the real world. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Coed disambiguation.

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National Council of Teachers of English. When questioned by authorities, Kemper said that he "just wanted to see what it felt like to kill Grandma," and that he killed his grandfather so that he would not have to find out that his wife was dead. At Atascadero, California Youth Authority psychiatrists and social workers strongly disagreed with the court psychiatrists' diagnosis. Their reports stated that Kemper showed "no flight of ideas, no interference with thought, no expression of delusions or hallucinations, and no evidence of bizarre thinking," [26] and recorded that he had an IQ of Kemper endeared himself to his psychiatrists by being a model prisoner, and was trained to administer psychiatric tests to other inmates.

He really took pride in his work. On December 18, , his 21st birthday, Kemper was released on parole from Atascadero. If I were to see this patient without having any history available or getting any history from him, I would think that we're dealing with a very well adjusted young man who had initiative, intelligence and who was free of any psychiatric illnesses It is my opinion that he has made a very excellent response to the years of treatment and rehabilitation and I would see no psychiatric reason to consider him to be of any danger to himself or to any member of society My mother and I started right in on horrendous battles, just horrible battles, violent and vicious.

I've never been in such a vicious verbal battle with anyone. It would go to fists with a man, but this was my mother and I couldn't stand the thought of my mother and I doing these things. She insisted on it, and just over stupid things. I remember one roof-raiser was over whether I should have my teeth cleaned. When he had saved enough money, he moved out to live with a friend in Alameda. Here he still complained of being unable to get away from his mother, as she regularly phoned him and paid him surprise visits.

The same year he began working for the Highway Department, Kemper began dating a year-old Turlock High School student to whom he would later become engaged. While driving around in the Ford Galaxie he bought with his settlement money, he noticed a large number of young women hitchhiking , and began storing plastic bags, knives, blankets, and handcuffs in his car.

He then began picking up girls and peacefully letting them go—according to Kemper, he picked up around hitchhikers, any of whom would have been suitable [29] —before he felt homicidal sexual urges, which he called his "little zapples", [36] [37] and began acting on them. Between May and April , Kemper embarked on a murder spree that started with two college students and ended with the murders of his mother and her best friend. He would pick up female students who were hitchhiking and take them to isolated areas where he would shoot, stab, smother or strangle them.

He would then take their lifeless bodies back to his home where he would perform irrumatio on their severed heads, have sex with their corpses , and then dissect and dismember them. Kemper has stated in interviews that he would often go hunting for victims after his mother's outbursts towards him, and that she would not introduce him to women attending the university where she worked.

You don't deserve to get to know them'. Kemper put both of the women's bodies in the trunk of his Ford Galaxie and returned to his apartment. He was stopped on the way by a police officer for having a broken taillight but managed not to be detected for his more serious offences. He then put the body parts into plastic bags, which he later abandoned near Loma Prieta Mountain. An extensive search failed to turn up the rest of Pesce's remains or a trace of Luchessa. On the evening of September 14, , Kemper picked up year-old Korean dance student Aiko Koo, who had decided to hitchhike to a dance class after missing her bus.

However, Koo let him back inside—Kemper had previously gained the year-old's trust while holding her at gunpoint—where he proceeded to choke her unconscious, rape her and kill her. Back at his apartment, he had sex with the corpse before dismembering and disposing of the remains in a similar manner as his previous two victims. On January 7, , Kemper, who had moved back in with his mother, was driving around the Cabrillo College campus when he picked up year-old student Cynthia Ann "Cindy" Schall.

He drove to a sequestered wooded area and fatally shot her with a. He then placed her body in the trunk of his car and drove to his mother's house, where he kept her body hidden in a closet in his room overnight. When his mother left for work the next morning, he had sex with, and removed the bullet from, Schall's corpse before dismembering and decapitating it in his mother's bathtub. Police and a pathologist determined that she had been hacked to death, then cut into pieces with a power saw.

On February 5, , after a heated argument with his mother, Kemper left his house in search of possible victims. Kemper had such a sticker as his mother worked at UCSC. According to Kemper, Thorpe entered his car first, which reassured Liu to also enter. Kemper again brought his victims back to his mother's house, this time beheading them in his car and carrying a headless corpse into his mother's house to have sex with. You know, the head is where everything is at, the brain, eyes, mouth. I remember being told as a kid, you cut off the head and the body dies.

The body is nothing after the head is cut off On April 20, , after coming home from a party, year-old Clarnell Elizabeth Strandberg awakened her son with her arrival. While sitting in bed reading a book, she noticed Kemper enter her room and said, "I suppose you're going to want to sit up all night and talk now. He subsequently decapitated her and engaged in irrumatio with her severed head before using it as a dart board ; Kemper stated that he "put [her head] on a shelf and screamed at it for an hour However, the garbage disposal could not break down the tough vocal cords and ejected the tissue back into the sink.

No need for her to suffer any more at the hands of this horrible "murderous Butcher". It was quick—asleep—the way I wanted it. Not sloppy and incomplete, gents. Just a "lack of time". I got things to do!!! Kemper then left the scene in Hallett's car, driving eastward, leaving California and through Nevada and Utah. He confessed to the murders of his mother and Hallett, but the police did not take his call seriously and told him to call back at a later time. Kemper then confessed to that officer of killing his mother and Hallett, and waited in his car for the police to arrive, arrest him and take him into custody, where he also confessed to the murders of the six students.

It wasn't serving any physical or real or emotional purpose. It was just a pure waste of time Emotionally, I couldn't handle it much longer. Toward the end there, I started feeling the folly of the whole damn thing, and at the point of near exhaustion, near collapse, I just said to hell with it and called it all off.

Kemper was indicted on eight counts of first-degree murder on May 7, Kemper twice tried to commit suicide in custody, surviving both times. His trial went ahead on October 23, Three court appointed psychiatrists found Kemper to be legally sane. One of the psychiatrists, Dr. Joel Fort, investigated his juvenile records and the diagnosis that he was once psychotic. He also interviewed Kemper, including under truth serum , and relayed to the court that Kemper had engaged in cannibalism , alleging that Kemper sliced flesh from the legs of his victims, then cooked and consumed these strips of flesh in a casserole.

California used the M'Naghten standard which held that for a defendant to "establish a defense on the ground of insanity, it must be clearly proved that, at the time of the committing of the act, the party accused was laboring under such a defect of reason, from disease of mind, and not to know the nature and quality of the act he was doing; or if he did know it, that he did not know he was doing what was wrong. He testified that he killed the women because he wanted them "for myself, like possessions," [58] and attempted to convince the jury that he was insane based on the reasoning that his actions could only have been committed by someone with an aberrant mind.

He said two beings inhabited his body and that when the killer personality took over it was "kind of like blacking out". On November 8, , the six-man, six-woman jury convened for five hours before declaring Kemper sane and guilty on all counts.

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