Q: Did girls have classes with boys in the 1950s?

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275 girls, 325 boys.

80 boys and 30 girls

if there are only 8 MORE boys then girls then there are: 14 girls and 22 boysif there are 8 TIMES more boys than girls then there are: 32 boys and 4 girls

their are more girls than boys

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No, because boys and girls are the same but a different gender so they don't have to be separate in classes so its OK!

Boys and girls should be in separate classes because the boys fall behind quicker, and interact better with guys. Girls interact better with girls.

i believe there were more boys then girls because boys more intelegent then girls so the boys would go to school and the girls would stay home and cleaning and stuff

Yes, Jason Wright teaches boys and girls together. I know because I signed up for basketball classes with him and it said boys and girls may participate.

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No, its not. They have separate days for boys and girls to attend classes. Girls go Thursday to Saturday and boys go from Monday to Wednesday.Hope this helps :)

At school in the 1950s if boys got in trouble they would get hit with a cane or throun at with a slipper. When the girls had to stay behind school writing lines that is what we call a ditention.

Yes, the boys and the girls were separated in classes.

There were no classes in the tribe. Young boys were taught to hunt and fight. Girls to cook, and to take care of the camp.

Yes. Schools were very much the way they are today in the 1950's.

All boy/girl classes are much better then mixed classes because girls and boys learn at different paces.