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Research Briefs Examine Interventions Specifically for Girls and Boys

September 24, 2012

Child Trends has released two fact sheets: What Works for Female Children and Adolescents: Lessons From Experimental Evaluations of Programs and Interventions and What Works for Male Children and Adolescents: Lessons From Experimental Evaluations of Programs and Interventions. Each research brief synthesizes findings from more than 100 evaluations of interventions to reduce risk factors for children and youth, presenting what works—and what doesn't—for girls and boys.

Resources:

Read What Works for Female Children and Adolescents.

Read What Works for Male Children and Adolescents.

Learn more about the OJJDP-funded Girls' Study Group, convened to develop a foundation of research for understanding and responding to girls' delinquency.