2- Brief history
3- Coeducation in Pakistan
- Present scenario
- 2 schools of thought
- Coeducational conundrum
- Our vulnerable youth
- Venom of pornography & unethical movies in our society
4- Co-education in Islam
5- Halsted’s outline of Muslim arguments against mixed-sex schooling:
- Sex segregation is not unnatural
- Promotion of mutual understanding between both sexes with limits of Islam is the responsibility of parents not schools
- Inhibits girls social & academic educational achievements.
- Significance lies in teacher-student relationship.
- Identical treatment of both sexes is not necessary for the principle of equality
- Low concentration & woolgathering
- Sex trading for a favour (proof: case study)
- Promotes immodesty & seedy relationships
- Not suitable for subjects like Biology, sex education, gender studies.
- Impedes girl’s extracurricular activities like sports, music, etc.
- Presence of sex difference in brains (recent research)
7- Girls get less attention; acquire less confidence (NEA REPORT)
8- Boys get less help, proves less cooperative (NEA: REPORT)
9- Encourages stereotypical roles of both sexes
- Promotes cooperation, toleration, & mutual understanding between both sexes
- Controlled environment
- Encourages balanced personality development & future survival
- Gives rise to educated society with the openness of mind & heart
8- Present requirement of Pakistan: coeducation as the need of the hour
- From the Islamic viewpoint
- University-level youth
- Media & parents
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