Evaluating your adolescent pregnancy program
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Published by Children"s Defense Fund in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


  • Teenage pregnancy -- Prevention -- Evaluation.

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Statementby Susan Philliber.
ContributionsAdolescent Pregnancy Prevention Clearinghouse., Children"s Defense Fund (U.S.)
LC ClassificationsHQ759.4 .P54x 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. ;
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16587451M

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The Evaluation of Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Approaches (PPA) is a major federal effort to expand available evidence on. effective ways to prevent and reduce pregnancy and related sex-ual risk behaviors among teens in the United States. The eight-year (–) evaluation is . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Adolescent pregnancy prevention programs: design, monitoring, and evaluation / Josefina J. Card, James L. Peterson, Catherine G. Greeno --Small group sex education at school: the McMaster teen program / B. Helen Thomas [and others] - . Prior to launching your program Develop a clear process evaluation When the process and (Step 8) outcome evaluations are set Implement your teen-pregnancy prevention program Once your program has begun Examine whether the activities captured in your logic model were implemented as Size: KB.   ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY AND childbearing are important social concerns with implications for adolescent mothers, their children, and other family members Furstenberg , Hofferth & Hayes , Maynard Adolescents who give birth are more likely to have lower educational and occupational attainment, be single parents, and suffer the consequences related to poverty Card & .

theoretical frameworks for their adolescent pregnancy prevention efforts. That is, it is our belief that theory and practice mutually inform one another. For the past thirty years, theory and practice have mostly been viewed as separate undertakings within the field of adolescent pregnancy prevention. Evaluating Young Women’s Engagement with an Online Reproductive Health App Lessons from an Evaluation of a School-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program in Texas. The Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) published Supporting Statewide Implementation of Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs: Findings from Four PREP . OUTCOMES: A formative evaluation of the AFLP evidence-informed Positive Youth Development approach was completed by UC San Francisco in The revised AFLP PYD program is currently being evaluated by Mathematica Policy Research as part of the federal evaluation of the Office of Adolescent Health, Pregnancy Assistance Funds.

examination of archived program data, which included end-of-year reports related to the program and participants, and interviews with 12 key program administrators and teachers. Outcome evaluation theory and a logic model served as the conceptual framework. The research design had 2 parts: a quantitative secondary analysis of. Since the start of the APP program, we have worked with grantees to integrate research into their programming, in order to learn, improve and advance the field of teen pregnancy prevention. This partnership manages several performance and evaluation projects which document how APP programs are implemented and who is served, assess program. Evaluated impact of abstinence promotion program targeting sixth and seventh graders. After being exposed to 6 program sessions focusing on self-esteem, communication skills, peer pressure, and teaching value that sex should be confined to marriage, only change shown by participants but not by controls was increase in precoital sexual activity. You can evaluate the impact of your intervention activities by measuring changes in the identified behaviors and determinants that you expect the program to affect in your priority population. These are the changes in knowledge, skills, attitudes, and perceptions associated with teen pregnancy and.