Students in the treatment schools reported greater exposure to information on reproductive health topics such as sexually transmitted infections, abstinence, and birth control.
Related Publications for Building the Evidence Base for Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Impacts of an Enhanced Family Health and Sexuality Module of the HealthTeacher Middle School Curriculum: A Cluster Randomized Trial (Journal Article)Sep 30, 2016
Challenges and Lessons Learned from Providing Large-Scale Evaluation Technical Assistance to Build the Adolescent Pregnancy Evidence Base (Journal Article)Sep 30, 2016
The lessons learned from these challenges laid the groundwork for a second a round of evaluation TA with a second cohort of TPP grantees that began in summer 2015.
A Framework for Evaluation Technical Assistance (Journal Article)Sep 30, 2016
The primary goal of the evaluation technical assistance (TA) was to help the grantees and their evaluators produce rigorous evidence of program effectiveness that would meet the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) evidence review standards.
Establishing an Evaluation Technical Assistance Contract to Support Studies in Meeting the US Department of Health and Human Services Evidence Standards (Journal Article)Sep 30, 2016
This article highlights the results of the Office of Adolescent Health’s (OAH) substantial investment in rigorous evaluations of teen pregnancy prevention (TPP) programs.
Comprehensive Reporting of Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Programs (Journal Article)Sep 30, 2016
This is a collection of high-quality evaluations, with analyses and results that have been guarded against identifying spurious findings (P-hacking) as a result of prespecified analysis plans and multiple rounds of independent review.
Informing the Evidence Base on Adolescent Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections: Important Lessons (Journal Article)Sep 30, 2016
In this article the authors have identified and assessed more than 250 impact studies of adolescent pregnancy prevention programs.