FLORIDA - A bill recently filed with the state legislature could separate boys and girls in the classroom.
A representative from south Florida filed the bill last week.
If it's approved, one elementary school from participating districts would take part in a two-year test run.
The Department of Education said it will look at students' academic performances before implementing the separation state-wide.
Bill filed may separate girls, boys in classrooms
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