From adolescence, boys also need to be sensitized to gender equality and teamwork among the sexes so as they grow older and become husbands and fathers they understand and respect women as equally capable in the family and society.” Traditionally, even in co-ed schools, boys and girls sit on opposite sides of classrooms, and many games or competitions have always pitted girls against boys. This new approach at co-education in India will be radical, but it will allow boys and girls to learn about each other and themselves. As gender equity become an established premise in classrooms, students will propel this premise into their homes, communities, and society. Indian subcontinent and influence a positive shift in the attitudes and treatment of women in the country.
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