Well, I appreciate your training point. But actually what I was referring to is that single sex institutions, especially for women, are one of the most productive places for nurturing and developing leadership. In educational research, much of which is pretty fuzzy and debatable, none debate that the loss of many single sex institutions has been a substantial loss when it comes to educating leadership. Again, especially among women.
So I must conclude that military issues aside, coeducation to the exclusion of single sex institutions has been PC but makes less sense when measuring successful strategies. Leadership is leadership.