IS THERE STILL A NEED FOR WOMEN’S COLLEGES?

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    IS THERE STILL A NEED FOR WOMEN’S COLLEGES?
    Although still the minority in many degree plans, women generally earn their degrees in higher numbers than men. In the 2009-2010 school year, they actually earned the majority of degrees at every level: 62% of associate, 57.4% of bachelor’s, 62.6% of master’s, and 53.5% of doctorates land in the hands of the ladies. Those numbers have been steadily building over time, too, with doctorates seeing the biggest bump between the 1990s and now. Which poses the question — now that female students dominate the co-ed classroom, how are traditionally all-women’s colleges adapting? Is there still a place for them?
    Let us hear your opinion….

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