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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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CHINIOT -- As a major policy shift, the district education authority (DEA) has separated 64 girls and boys primary schools which were merged in 2012 as a policy for co-education in the public sector schools.
Rawalpindi -- Co-education has been banned at primary level by Chief Executive Officer of District Education Authority Rawalpindi from the next academic sessions.
In parallel to the work on the buildings, working groups of Education Advisors and teachers at all levels have been or are being set up to study the operational requirements for the new schools, as well as the transitioning to increased nursery intake, co-education, key stage realignment and vocational and other curriculum issues.
However, co-education builds confidence in students and makes them a complete person to live globally is the international set of norm of education.
There must be separate schools for girls because parents hesitate in sending their girls to schools of co-education.
The IGP also directed that the security of all Worship places including mosques, imam bargahs and churches and A category educational institutions in particular institutions running co-education system made more strict and effective.
The word on the street is that his parents want co-education and boarding when he leaves prep school," a source told The Sunday Times (via (http://www.
He further informed that chairman union council Jampur Kotla Pathan Musharraf Jatoi also appreciated his decision besides it is the government's policy that to avoid co-education among students of class 6 to 8.
The four-year-old will join one of three co-education reception classes on Thursday and stay until he is 11 or 13.
The school will offer co-education till grade 5, thereafter boys and girls will be divided into two separate blocks with different entrances.
In short, the diamond model offers the best of both worlds: the academic benefits of single sex education with the social merits of co-education.
1996 -- The National Assembly approves 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.