New fact sheet gives tips for schools on how they can help prevent teen pregnancy
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Teen pregnancy is a complex problem that requires a complex solution. It takes a comprehensive, collaborative approach—parents, policy makers, faith leaders, practitioners, the business community, and school officials—to make a difference. Schools have a unique opportunity to equip students with the information they need to make informed decisions about their futures so they can prevent pregnancy, excel in school, and become successful adults.
The fact sheet includes advice to schools on
Becoming familiar with policy and curriculum
Ensuring successful adoptions of effective, evidence-based programming
Engaging parents and other caring adults
Download your copy of ""What Can Schools Do?"" here (LINK), or visit our resources page (LINK) to find more information about what you or your organization can do to prevent teen pregnancy.