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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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Tenders are invited for the purpose of this contract is the realization of municipal extracurricular activities, in public schools of primary and primary education and special education of the district of usera to favor the reconciliation of family and work life of the families of the district and offer a socio-educational response to make effective the principle of equal opportunities among schoolchildren, facilitating the achievement of a more complete, inclusive and higher quality training, also offering educational alternatives for leisure and free time, all with a gender perspective, promoting co-education, values of good treatment, and effective equality among students in a transversal way in all actions.
Dr Zaman said the women sub-campus would provide opportunity of higher education to female students of Malakand division as they could not join the existing co-education system in public sector universities due to socioeconomic, cultural and family backgrounds.
Especially when it comes to the daughters, allowing them to drive, perusing co-education, working out, interacting with men and a lot of things becomes a matter of great discussion.
Summary: The university offers a co-education campus and applies the latest teaching methodologies, such as team based learning
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.
Hence, they are often very suspicious and reserved regarding the idea of allowing their child, especially their daughters to drive, pursue co-education, work outside of the home, and interacting with strangers, particularly men.
Ms Alleyne will become the college's 42nd Master on the its 40th anniversary of co-education, taking over from Professor Ian White, who was appointed vice-chancellor of the University of Bath.
The parents residing in the federal capital who do not want to educate their daughters in co-education system had no other option left than International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) for girls.
There are 27 colleges in Larkana division out of which 18 are for boys, eight for girls and one for co-education. In all these colleges, 1211 posts of teachers are sanctioned out of which only 701 have been filled while 501 are still vacant since long time.
LARKANA: The colleges of Larkana division face a shortage of 501 teachers, including professors, assistant professors and lecturers, delivering a blow to the Sindh Chief Minister's (CM) education priority policy.There are 27 colleges in Larkana division out of which 18 are for boys, eight for girls and one is for co-education.
Children will have to have creative books in their hands for developing their full creative talents, he said, adding the opportunity to participate in the co-education programmes needs to be further expanded.
LAHORE -- Replacement of the current interest-based economic system, even-handed accountability without any concession to those in power, eradication of corruption, end to co-education at all levels, and reduction in ministers' expenses to spare more funds for the poor and needy people are some of the steps the Jamaat-i-Islami thinks are needed to transform Pakistan into a Madinah-like state, a commitment made recently by Prime Minister Imran Khan.