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OAH will jointly oversee with ASPE the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Replication Evaluation Study (TPP Replication Study). The TPP Replication Study will be a random assignment evaluation which will determine the extent to which evidence-based program models that have been shown to be effective in an earlier trial, demonstrate effects on adolescent sexual risk behavior and teenage pregnancy when they are replicated with different populations.
OAH and ASPE are proposing follow-up data collection activity as part of the TPP Replication Evaluation. Specifically, there will be two follow-up data collection points: (1) Short-term follow-up data collection 6 to 12 months post-baseline; and (2) longer-term follow-up data collection 18-24 months post-baseline. Respondents will be asked to answer carefully selected questions about risk and protective factors related to teen pregnancy, intermediate outcomes, and behavioral outcomes.
The survey data will be collected through private, self-administered questionnaires completed by study participants, i.e. adolescents assigned to a select school or community teen pregnancy prevention program or a control group. Surveys will be distributed and collected by trained professional staff.