Our goal is for them to become mindful contributors to their communities and to promote these activities within their environments. It helps girls learn skills to build their circle of influence and the tools to navigate goal setting. It is vital that girls learn how to form peer relationships that offer support and positive environments and foster growth and self esteem. Working hard to achieve all your goals is great, but giving yourself some love and […]. There are so many people in the world, how do we know who to be friends with? Feeling intimidated?
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When teens get pregnant, most drop out of school. When they drop out of school, they likely face a life of economic insecurity. And the role that discrimination plays in their decisions to drop out raises serious civil rights concerns. So, it was good news to read an article in the Seattle Times recently reporting that in Washington state, overall teen pregnancy rates are declining. It was bad news to see the growing disparity between the pregnancy rates of students in higher-income white communities compared to lower-income communities of color. For example, just-released data from the Centers for Disease Control shows that in the more affluent Issaquah-Sammamish area, the birth rate for girls age 15 to 17 is 1. In Northeast Seattle the rate is 1.
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Health expert Jane Delgado explains, along with teacher and former teen mother Christina Martinez. Michel Martin is away. There has been a lot of progress in reducing the number of teen pregnancies over the last few decades.
The non-profit Child Trends reports that a growing number of children are born to single mothers. Journalist Bonnie Goldstein — who was a single mom — argues that single women should think twice before deciding to have children. They say it takes a village to raise a child, but maybe you just need a few moms in your corner. Every week, we check in with a diverse group of parents for their common sense and savvy advice. Today, we want to talk about an eye-catching report in The New York Times that appeared earlier this month that confirmed what many people probably already knew or saw in their communities - that single motherhood has actually become the norm in this country.