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co-educational

(kəuedjuˈkeiʃənl) abbreviation ( co-ed (ˈkoued) ) adjective
of the education of pupils or students of both sexes in the same school or college. a co-educational school.
ˈco-ed noun
a woman student at a college or at a co-educational school.
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Moreover, District Malakand Emir Mulana Jamal Uddin of Jamaat-e-Islami spoke against co-Education at Government Degree College Dargi here on Tuesday.
Islamabad Pakistan's top religious advisory body, the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII), has asked the government to abolish co-education and arrange separate systems of education for males and females.
The Chairman Co-education was contradictory to Shariah laws and causing a number of issues in the society so it should be immediately abolished in all grades after primary education.
He advised that only female teachers should teach at primary level as it would convince those parents to send their female children to school, who opposes co-education system.
At a school where co-education thrives, where students learn that their skills as journalists, communication professionals, filmmakers and storytellers have the power to effect change, Shahid is a speaker who touches our deepest values as a community.
1996 -- The National Assembly approved a bill to ban co-education at Kuwait University, the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training and private schools, giving the government a five-year grace period for implementation.
The main reasons are identified to be: The co-education system, early marriage and unequal division of domestic activities.
22 ( ANI ): Breaking out of their shell, girls are now looking beyond their rooms to educate themselves in co-education schools in militant-ravaged Kashmir.
AS many of your readers will be aware, the Vale of Glamorgan Council is currently consulting on the principle of making Barry Comprehensive and Bryn Hafren Comprehensive into a co-education school.
As our school celebrates 40 years of co-education next year, we are thrilled to see our girls' teams performing at the highest level in netball, hockey, crosscountry and even rugby.
The switch to co-education will be phased in over five years, with boys starting in year seven only and moving up the school years.
The school's diamond structure provides all the academic benefits of single sex education, combined with the social and cultural advantages of co-education.