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National Teen Pregnancy Rate Reaches Historic Low!

December 5, 2013

Pregnancy data from 2012 reveals that the national teen pregnancy rate is at an all-time low.
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October is Let's Talk Month!

September 30, 2013

"Let’s Talk Month emphasizes the importance of ongoing communication with young people about love, sex, and relationships."
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National Teen Birth Rate Cut in Half Since 1991

September 10, 2013

"The national teen birth rate has dropped 52% from 1991 to 2012, the lowest recorded rate to date."
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Teen Pregnancy Rates are Steadily Dropping, but Births to Older Youth Remain High

August 21, 2013

SC Campaign's Director of Research and Evaluation Shannon Flynn is interviewed on the issue of high teen birth rates among 18-19-year-olds in South Carolina.
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SC Campaign Honored With Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility Award

August 20, 2013

The South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy has been honored with the 2013 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility.
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KIDS COUNT Data Book 2013

June 25, 2013

The latest KIDS COUNT Data Book reveals that more South Carolina children are living in poverty due to the recession.
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Teen Pregnancy Prevention Advocate from Hampton County Receives Prestigious Award from SC Campaign

June 18, 2013

"Shedron Williams receives the Murray L. Vincent Prevention Professional Award during this year's Summer Institute held in Columbia, SC."
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Teen Birth Rates Decline in Nearly All States

May 29, 2013

Teen birth rates declined dramatically in nearly all states from 2007-2011 and South Carolina's progress is even greater than the U.S. as a whole.
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Rep. James Smith Named Legislator of the Year

May 22, 2013

The SC Campaign has selected the Honorable James Smith as its 2013 Legislator of the Year.
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SC Campaign Road Show Lunch ‘n Learn in Aiken County

May 7, 2013

CEO Forrest Alton speaks at community Lunch 'n Learn in Aiken County.
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