RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Federal deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro (PSL / SP) defended, on Wednesday, December 11th, a model of school with gender separation. The movement was born in the 1960s in Europe under the name of Single-Sex Education and, in Brazil, is present in some private schools in Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba.
"There is strong pressure, especially from feminists, for schools to house boys and girls in the same room, even though there are good pedagogical and empirical current arguments recommending the opposite," said the parliamentarian without citing what these arguments are.
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