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Re:MIX evaluation

Child Trends is collaborating with EngenderHealth and the University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin) to evaluate Re:MIX, a school-based gender-transformative teen pregnancy prevention curriculum that employs a peer learning model, using teen mothers and fathers as peer facilitators. EngenderHealth, Child Trends, and UT-Austin anticipate that the study will include more than 800 students in grades 8 to 10 across 70 classes and three public charter schools in Travis County in Austin, Texas (35 each in treatment and control classes). The study will take place across a 2.5-year implementation period. This evaluation will include both qualitative and quantitative components and is funded by the Office of Adolescent Health.

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