Designing an Impact Study of Four Selected Programs to Reduce Teen Pregnancy

Published: May 21, 2015
Topics:
Cross Cutting, Youth Services, Strengthening Families, Healthy Marriage & Responsible Fatherhood
Projects:
Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Multi-Component Evaluation, 2011-2018 | Learn more about this project
Types:
Reports

The Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) was authorized by Congress in 2010 as part of the Affordable Care Act. The program, overseen by the Family and Youth Services Bureau, is designed to provide educational programs to adolescents on teen pregnancy prevention and related topics.  The program must also address healthy transition to young adulthood by addressing adulthood preparation subjects that were mandated by Congress. Most of the PREP funding ($55.25 million of $75 million, annually) is designated for formula grants to states and territories. The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) and the Office of Data Analysis, Research, and Evaluation (ODARE) oversee the evaluation of PREP.

This brief summarizes key highlights from the recent report, Design for an Impact Study of Four PREP Programs. Authors describe the four programs selected for the PREP impact study and the overall design of the impact evaluation. 

Last Reviewed: April 29, 2019