The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review identified programs with evidence of effectiveness in reducing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and associated sexual risk behaviors. Please note: The individual program descriptions that provide an overview of each curriculum’s (1) program components and (2) implementation requirements and guidance are based on the version of each program that was determined to have evidence of effectiveness as part of the TPPER. A newer version of the program, which could have different components or implementation requirements, may be available through the program’s developer or distributor.

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The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review did not examine curriculum content to make assessments about whether a program was medically or scientifically accurate, or inclusive of populations that are diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and sexual identity. Meeting the Evidence Review criteria does not indicate HHS endorsement of a program model. For more information, please read about our review process and our FAQs.