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.

While inclusive grouping is an important part of building community in a youth development setting, there is also value in supporting development of common-interest groups that can offer a unique contribution toward growing and sustaining members of the group. Program leaders should consider creating and fostering a common-interest group for boys.

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