Some are of the view that co-education is desirable at all stages of education, primary, secondary and at collegiate levels.
Some are totally desirable at primary and collegiate levels and not at the secondary school level.
There are many co-educational institutions in our country.
There are many arguments for and against co-education.
Secondly, a free exchange of ideas between boys and girls gives rise to a healthy relationship between the two sexes.
Girls do not become giggly and silly when they see boys because they realize that they are not really different from them.It can mean better discipline since in the presence of girls the boys will not talk irrelevantly or obscenely in the class.The most potent argument advanced by co-education lovers is that it can help both boys and girls in the development of their personality.Had there been a distance between them, there would have been more of a scope for curiosity about the other sex and that could sometimes lead the children to behave foolishly.A free interchange of ideas between them would make them friends and good companions.There is, however, co-education again at post-graduation level.Some people believe that co-education should not be there.Co-education is the education of boys and girls at the same institution.There has been a lot of debate on the subject of co-education with orthodox members of society raising objections about girls and boys being free with each other and growing up together in school. First of all, a common school for boys and girls reduces the burden on the government to provide the state with more schools.The problem arises only at the secondary school level including 2 level. Girls would like to attract the attention of boys and vice-versa.The boys and girls then enter the period of adolescence. It is during the period that boys and girls prepare themselves to play their future roles as men and women.