Year Published: 2010

Author: Georgia Hall, Ph.D. and Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D.

Reprinted with permission from School-Age Notes, the most trusted publisher and provider of quality, innovative resources designed to elevate the skills of adults who create learning opportunities for children and youth.

This article is a follow-up to the article, Boys, teens can benefit from inclusion in common-interest groups, which appeared in the November issue of School-Age NOTES. That article made the case for creating and fostering boys empowerment or common-interest groups in after-school programs.

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