Re: a few questions.
gregor herrmann (Gregor.Herrmann@UIBK.AC.AT)
Fri, 23 Dec 1994 13:57:28 +0100
> In some of the postings here on scouts-l we are talking about a 'co-ed'
> program. I thought that it meant that both boys and girls can be
> involved in the activities.
> Yesterday I saw someone use the term 'co-ed' in a context
> refering to Girls-only (no, it was not on scouts-l, but because I saw the
> term here a few times, I ask). Now my question:
> What does the term 'co-ed' exactly mean. Is it an abbreviation of
> 'co-education'? Does 'co-ed' mean that both boys AND girls are allowed,
> or can it be used in a way referring only to girls? It may seem a strange
> question, but it will help my understanding of the posts on Scouts-l where
> this matter is discussed. Same for the next question.
IMO co-ed is short for-coeducation which means educating boys and
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