Barbara Shelly

June 11, 2013

Where’s Plan A for preventing teen pregnancies?

At a time when too many college graduates struggle to find good jobs, convincing low-income middle- and-high-school girls that the future is theirs for the taking is a tough chore. But there is some evidence to show that good schools and intensive career counseling does reduce the incidence of teen pregnancies among girls from poor families. Until then, at least we’ve got Plan B.

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