The magazine reports that the top seven high schools in the number of graduates entering the University of Tokyo were all boys schools. Entry to one prestigious university may not be the best or only measure of academic success, but the discrepancy points out that benefits accrue more to boys schools than to girls schools. The challenge for all schools is to find ways to improve education, no matter who is in the classroom. That segregation approach is considered a way of achieving better education by some and as a way of helping women to achieve equality by others. The number of single-sex schools in Japan has dropped by half in the last 20 years to its lowest point ever, according to a survey by the Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Ministry. Being in classrooms with people of the opposite sex helps normalize interactions between the sexes. The hope is that better relations learned at school will help to establish better relations in society. A large part of the reason for the change is the shrinking numbers of students. The environment in which students study profoundly affects their personal success and future expectations.
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