Thursday, July 13, 2006

Rise in Single Mothers in Early 20s

"America made teen pregnancy prevention a national priority, and progress on this front is remarkable. However, increasingly, women are avoiding pregnancy as teens, only to become single mothers in their early 20s. Often their entry into parenthood is just as ill-prepared and perilous to child well-being, yet the policy response is far less adequate." By Kelleen Kaye, Yahoo News Link to Article (last visited 7-12-06 NVS)

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