ACHIEVEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND BOYS’ SCHOOLS 2013-2015
This report compares the academic performance all male students at single-sex boys’ schools and coeducational schools in New Zealand for the years 2013 to 2015. Qualifications, endorsements, University Entrance and New Zealand Scholarship were all examined as part of the analysis.
From Dr. Michael Johnston, "The overall picture that emerges is that young men at single-sex schools gain NCEA qualifications, endorsements, University Entrance and New Zealand Scholarship passes in greater proportions than their counterparts at coeducational schools. The analyses do not unequivocally demonstrate that this higher performance is attributable to single-sex education per se. "