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It seemed like if being a teen mother was a fashion staple or a style piece that everyone needed to have Teen pregnancy in urban schools was so popular a couple of years ago and still being predominant now except that now it doesnt seem to be happening as often However statistics show that teen pregnancy among the urban community still quite high The major concern of parents teachers and society today is why are teenage girls becoming pregnant in the urban areas and what can we do to prevent it As we know the urban areas are mostly composed of minority and poor people which it has a lot to do with the results of teen pregnancy being so high In the journal Teen Pregnancy and the Achievement Gap among Urban Minority Youth The author provides evidence of how the teen pregnancy is more prevalent within minority groups than non-Hispanic Whites Charles 2011 In addition it gives a few tips on how to prevent teen pregnancy in urban schools I believe that the cure for this matter starts at home but I have to admit it has a lot to do with schools because realistically students spend more time at school than at home The reason why I believe that the prevention of teen pregnancy starts at home no matter what area it is whether is urban or rural is because parents play an important role in teenagers life Even though we are minority and poor that has nothing to do with educating our children about sex I agree with the article about that However it is hard for parents that did not have an education themselves to educate others Besides majority of the time parents are not home to sit down with their kids and talk about the subject do to economic issues they have to work two or three jobs in order to support their family Thats when school
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