The new findings immediately set off a debate over funding. Critics argued that the disturbing new data were just the latest in a long series of indications that the focus on abstinence programs was a dismal failure.Rise in teen pregnancies spurs debate - Washington Post- msnbc.com
"Now we know that after 10 years and over $1.5 billion in abstinence-only funding, the U.S. is lurching backwards on teen sexual health," said James Wagoner of Advocates for Youth, a Washington advocacy group.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Rise in teen pregnancies spurs debate - Washington Post- msnbc.com
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