The final chapter discusses four major learning objectives for teaching about community. First is that communities have multiple dimensions. They can be large or small, loose or closely-knit, homogeneous or diverse, rich or poor in social capital. Second is that communities are continually engaged in balancing multiple interests of individuals and groups of varied race and ethnicity, class, age, ... [Show full abstract] gender, levels of expertise, and values. The final two objectives are to convey the importance of engagement to community well-being, and the ultimate importance of including community in teaching and learning—whether in courses about community or in other learning environments.