How States Planned and Implemented Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Programs: State PREP Performance Measures of Structure, Cost, and Support for Implementation
The primary purpose of the State Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Performance Measures (PM) is to collect information from all grantees on the extent to which the PREP objectives are being met and to contribute to lessons learned from scaling up to replicate evidence-based adolescent pregnancy prevention programs. During the first and second years of full implementation (2011-2012 and 2012-2013) , data were gathered from grantees on performance measures intended to document structure, cost, and support for implementation from grantees and their providers. This brief on State PREP performance measures addresses program implementation decisions, grantee and provider spending, and challenges faced with implementing programs.
- PDF PREP Performance Measures Brief, 16 December 2015 (129.70 KB)