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Progress Report. September 2012. Why Evaluate?. Required by granting agencies Used to improve performance Used to generate additional funding By agencies By Worth the Wait. In-School Time Series Design. O 1 X O 2 O 3 X O 4 O 5 X O 6 O=Observation (Survey) X=Curriculum

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Progress report

Progress Report

September 2012


Why evaluate

Why Evaluate?

  • Required by granting agencies

  • Used to improve performance

  • Used to generate additional funding

    • By agencies

    • By Worth the Wait


In school time series design

In-School Time Series Design

O1 X O2 O3 X O4 O5 X O6

O=Observation (Survey)

X=Curriculum

Odd numbers=Pre-tests

Even numbers=Post-tests

Compare O4 to O3and O2

Average Participation Rate is 55%


Qualitative methods

Qualitative methods

  • Focus groups with

    • Teens

    • Parents

    • Teachers

  • Depth Interviews with

    • Campus leaders


What changed stayed same

What Changed – stayed same

  • 2nd Year of Total WAIT Training

  • Teachers delivered WT materials

    • On their own schedules

    • Their own preference of lessons taught

  • WTW Nurses/Educators delivered Medical Presentations

  • Assemblies were delivered


Variance in survey participation

Variance in survey participation


What makes it work

What makes it work?

Protective Factors: Parents or Mentors


Significant pre post outcomes in each category

Significant Pre/Post Outcomes in Each Category

Protective Factors: Parents or Mentors

Not Normal Results

?


Key question

Key Question

Do intentions lead to behavior?


2003 2012 willing intercourse

2003-2012Willing Intercourse


Trends are down

Trends are down

Why be concerned?

  • Pre was down

  • Increase pre/post is growing

WE HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO DO MUCH BETTER THAN WE ARE AND WE ARE NOT DOING AS WELL AS WE HAVE


Hs health trend

HS Health Trend


Comparison to yrbs 2011

Comparison to YRBS, 2011


Potter county teen pregnancy

Potter County Teen Pregnancy

  • Trends on Pregnancy are flat

  • County not the worst in Texas, but in the “bottom” 5 %

  • Some AISD schools seeing increase, some decrease


Trends national state

Trends: National & state

  • Teen Pregnancy Down from 118/1000 (1991) to 69/1000 (2008)

  • Texas Decline follows national trend but at a slower rate


Impact on condom usage

Impact on Condom Usage

Return to National Average suggests last year was abnomal


Why pregnant

Why Pregnant?

  • Having sex to have a baby begins at 1% (7th grade) and grows to 7% (start of 9th), then goes to 5%

  • Trend is upward

  • Consistent with focus group findings that “intentional” pregnancies are happening earlier

  • Clearly a socially desirable activity in some circles early, not later


Focus group results

Focus Group Results

  • Getting pregnant is NOT seen as a negative consequence

    • All teen moms had access to condoms and, in many cases, other forms of birth control but chose not to use it

    • Most pregnancies occur in a “serious” relationship so protection against STDs is not a concern


Progress report

  • Girl, 15, Shot at Party

    • Shooting occurred at 3:30 a.m.

    • Girl was pregnant


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Could promote condoms and birth control, but until pregnancy is viewed as a negative consequence, behavior won’t change

  • Keeping high school message in only health is not enough

  • We are losing opportunities to reach kids, especially in middle school

  • If we can’t reach parents, too, then we are going to continue to face strong challenges


Best practices from research

Best Practices from research

  • Motivate, Educate, Prepare

    • Offer reasons why

    • Must be medically accurate

    • Improve decision making overall

  • Teachers have to believe in & be comfortable with subject

  • Reach parents and involve them in the conversation

  • Include community service

  • Don’t stop messaging – continue through HS

  • Recognize power of Developmental Assets


Recommendations

Recommendations

  • Take over teaching the curriculum

  • Spread out delivery

  • Exhibit local administrator support

  • Find a way to reach more High School students

  • Reach parents more regularly

  • Seek new media channels since no new funding is available

  • Involve peer resources


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