coeducational


Also found in: Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to coeducational: financial aid

co·ed·u·ca·tion

 (kō-ĕj′ə-kā′shən)
n.
The system of education in which both men and women attend the same institution or classes.

co·ed′u·ca′tion·al adj.
co·ed′u·ca′tion·al·ly adv.

coeducational

Teaching both male and female students at the same institution.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.coeducational - attended by members of both sexes
integrated - not segregated; designated as available to all races or groups; "integrated schools"
Translations

coeducational

[ˈkəʊˌedjʊˈkeɪʃənl] ADJmixto

coeducational

adj teachingkoedukativ; schoolKoedukations-

coeducational

[ˌkəʊɛdjʊˈkeɪʃnl] adjmisto/a
References in classic literature ?
I don't approve of them coeducational places and never did, that's what.
Would not work, even at a coeducational college with a real degree in prospect, be rather flat without her friend the enemy?
Dubai: The renowned Brighton College, one of the UK's top coeducational schools, will be opening a new branch in the UAE next year, it was announced.
2 is a coeducational series of basic education for school-classes 7-9.
Indeed, the vast majority of women today attend coeducational institutions when that option is available to them.
The t-test was also applied to compare the mean scores of boys and girls in the separate sex and coeducational schools.
8220;Leading an institution's brand strategy is always an extensive undertaking, and the challenges increase tenfold when tasked with additionally revising a brand from women's-only to coeducational,” said Debra M.
Some colleges opened as coeducational institutions and others switched from single-sex to coeducational in a relatively unbroken fashion, and this occurred in both the private and public sectors.
Results of the study indicate that level of anxiety associated with English language learning is higher in coeducational setting for both the sexes and its value is higher for girls in both types of schools even after including different individual, school and family related factors.
Researchers interviewed students to try to determine their opinion on which is the better physical education class: either coeducational class or non-coed classes.
Advocates of single-sex schooling have claimed that current coeducational schooling disadvantages boys, and teaching boys and girls separately will boost boys' achievement and reduce the gender gap.
A more logical place to look for the inspiration behind the "strong-minded and independent" New Woman, Hunter argues, is in the much greater numbers of girls who graduated from coeducational high schools.