Randomised controlled trial of the teens and toddlers programme
This trial forms part of a wider evaluation of the teens and toddlers youth development and teenage pregnancy prevention programme.
This is a report of the main findings of a randomised controlled trial conducted to assess the effect of the teens and toddlers (T&T) youth development and teenage pregnancy prevention programme. This trial forms part of a wider evaluation that included a stage of formative qualitative work and a process evaluation.
The T&T programme aims to decrease teenage pregnancy by raising the aspirations and educational attainment of 13- to 17-year-old teenagers who are most at risk of leaving education early, social exclusion and becoming pregnant.