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October 19, 2013From the Statesville Record and Landmark – Teen pregnancy rates have declined steadily for the last four years in Iredell County, a trend being attributed to a change in a state law and several programs that are present in the schools.

In 2008, there were 318 pregnancies in the county in the 15-to-19-year-old demographic.

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June 15, 2013 – From the Cassville Democrat – Kornerstone, Inc., of Shell Knob has partnered with Missouri State University to offer the abstinence-focused curriculum Choosing the Best to students at the Cassville and Southwest school districts. During the 2012-13 school year, 86 Cassville Middle School seventh and eighth and over 100 ninth grade students at Southwest took part in the program.

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June 3, 2013 – From The Public Discourse – Abstinence education has long been attacked from the left with a creative array of misinformation. Perhaps the most common attack against abstinence education is that it “doesn’t work.” Another top contender is the claim that abstinence education is a thinly veiled program aimed at indoctrinating unsuspecting American children in a biblical worldview; since government resources are used in government facilities, this constitutes a clear establishment of religion and a violation of the First Amendment, or so the argument goes.

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March 5, 2013 – From Palestine Herald-Press – For five years, Living Alternatives, a Palestine non-profit organization committed to families facing an unplanned pregnancy, has taught abstinence education classes at Elkhart Middle School to students in grades 6-10.

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February 15, 2013 – From onenewsnow.com – Unlike other approaches that focus on contraceptive use, abstinence-centered education promotes primary prevention and teaches vital life skills that empower teens to avoid all risk by choosing abstinence.

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