Buffalo Public Schools are always looking to increase their student graduation rate and to do so, they are planning on taking on a drastic, impactful change. Officials for the Buffalo Public School district said that they are going to be organizing schools differently in the future. At least, a few of the schools to provide an option for parents and students.

Officials for the district say they are moving ahead and planning on making an all-girls school for students in grades 5 through 12.

For the boys though, it will be a little different. The all-boys school will be for 7th to 12th grade.

According to our friends at Channel 7, there has been a 95% success in graduation rates in New York City school when the kids were separated by gender. Students said there were fewer distractions in the classroom.

NEXT: The Village of Williamsville Board was fined $300 by Mark Poloncarz and Erie County for not following mask protocol at a board meeting. The fine was only 300 dollars, but people in the Village were heated. At first, the Williamsville board was going to fight it, but last night, Monday, January 25, the board decided that it was more efficient if they just paid the 300 dollars to find to Erie County. The cost to fight it would have been way more than 300 dollars, so for the taxpayer's sake, this makes a whole lot of sense.

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