After researching various statistics, I found that premarital pregnancy is quite prevalent in teenagers throughout the world.
Teen pregnancy is one of the most difficult experiences a young person might ever face when it interrupts school or other plans.
The birthrate for young teenagers aged 15-17 fell 8 percent from 2000 to 2001, reaching 25.3 births per 1,000 teenagers.
All 50 states had a decline in their teen birthrates between 19, with 10 states recording declines of more than 20 percent during this period.
The findings of the study was to provide additional evidence of the need for a more concerted effort by child welfare agencies to help youth in foster homes avoid becoming pregnant.
It would suggest that allowing young people to remain in foster care beyond age 18 may be one way to reduce teenage pregnancy among this population.
Most people who are put into foster homes do not come from parents of strong guidance, because indeed they lost their children.
An online report, “Fostering Hope: Preventing Teen Pregnancy among Foster Youth” examined how teenage pregnancy relates to foster care sates Love.
Consequently, most foster homes do have strong parental guidance, control over sex education, and negative mass media because there are so many restrictions as to what foster homes can and cannot perform by law.
With this information, one would conclude that when someone is put into a foster home they turn out not to be pregnant at a one age.