Recently, an article published in The Wichita Eagle told of several middle schools in the area trying out single-sex lunches. Basically, the boys eat lunch while the girls go outside for recess, and then the groups switch. The schools claim they have seen a decrease in behavior problems as well as an increase in the amount of lunch the students are actually eating. There are mixed feelings on the idea. While we can't ignore the positive results we are seeing, we also need to take into consideration the social skills the students aren't having a chance to develop and practice. I am all for less fights and healthier eating, but I know that I really needed as many chances as I could get to practice my social skills in middle school. What are your thoughts?