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God's plan was to give each ethnic group two languages, but after creating the two languages for the Ubang, he realised there were not enough languages to go around, he explains.
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Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa are Nigeria's major languages, as well as English - used to foster unity in a country with numerous ethnic groups. It's like they're in separate worlds, but sometimes those worlds come together and you see that pattern in the language as well. Single sex school poll The data won't answer this question for you Still, when choosing a school for your child, if your womfn priority is good exam grades, the league table toppers suggest that the effects of single sex education are marginal.
But these days, few young people speak either fluently.
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I don't think any one type is better than another. If part of education is learning to play a role in broader society, perhaps school is the platform from which parents and children can call for change.
But where does that leave boys? Still, some people with personal experience of single-sex education have rejected it. But are these schools, where girls achieve greatgood because they deny womem to half of the population? As the world is co-ed, one of the most grievous failures of single-sex education in the eyes of its critics is the lack of opportunities for children to learn to collaborate with members of the opposite sex in an intellectual environment.
Neither the male nor female language is written down so their futures depend on the younger generation passing them down. By contrast, the state secondary sector in England has virtually abandoned sex segregation: comprehensives in total are overwhelmingly co-educational, with just 5 per cent all girls and 3 per cent all boys. Tom Lawson is headmaster of Eastbourne Collegein Sussex, after years spent in single-sex schools, as head of boarding at Winchester ; he was educated at Eton.
Why are girls' schools more popular than boys'? It also states that "every child shall learn the language of the immediate environment".
God's plan was to give each ethnic group two languages, but after creating the two languages for the Ubang, he realised there were not enough languages to go around, he explains. Stella Odobi, a student in Ubang, agrees more need to be done to stop the languages dying. Just last week John Lyonthe north-west London day school which is part of the same foundation at Harrow, announced that it has broken with years of tradition and will be admitting girls from September in Year 7.
I think Eton and Winchester are good schools despite being single-sex.
Mr Ochui says he is worried about the consequences of "demonising" the mother tongue in an attempt to encourage students to speak Fuco instead. Defenders of single-sex schools maintain that children benefit from separate teaching. But this is not being enforced ljke Ubang, where children are discouraged from, and even punished for, speaking their language in school.
That, certainly, is the trend. The of single-sex independent schools in Britain has roughly halved since the Nineties.
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Co-education or single-sex? Are single-sex schools finished? I loved it. It is our own stereotypes that weigh more heavily than exam.
When choosing a school for our own children, one of the biggest challenges is looking at the subject objectively. But she says she is among many lie people within the community who plan to pass the languages down to their children even if they leave Ubang.
That's why Ubang has the benefit of two languages - we are whho from other people in the world. Single-sex schools are either the way to get ahead or perpetuating gender stereotypes.
And he is confident that the languages will survive. Chief Ibang has dreams that one day a language centre will be set up in Ubang, showcasing the uniqueness of the community's two languages.
Who can you believe? Isolating people from one another because they're different is never a way to make people work cooperatively and productively. And it could be that the way to break down gender stereotypes is to mix everyone together and demand better.
The world has changed, she explains. In the Linguistic Association of Nigeria said that 50 of the nation's languages could disappear in the next few years if drastic measures were not taken.