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What tools help parents talk to teens about pregnancy prevention?

Participating in Innovation Next to help redefine sex education

Power to Decide, the campaign to prevent unplanned pregnancy, works to ensure that all young people have the power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. To accelerate progress in reducing the rate of unplanned pregnancy among teens, Power to Decide created the Innovation Next grant program to help redefine sex education for the 21st century.

We developed and refined their approach through a “shark tank” competition judged by Power to Decide and Ideo, the renowned San Francisco design firm, and were awarded a stage 2 Innovation Next grant. Meet the Innovators First Cohort.

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