Thesis: Poverty Cycles in Utah: How teen mothers hurt themselves, their children and society

Thesis: Poverty Cycles in Utah: How teen mothers hurt themselves, their children and society

By reducing the number of adolescents who become pregnant, health care, welfare, and education costs would decrease while tax revenue and education completion rates would increase.

Posted in Intergenerational Poverty
Tags: Poverty in Utah, Sex Education, Teenage Birth Rates, Teenage Pregnancy,

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