This Wiki looks at the recent popular culture media sensation about teenage pregnancy, and goes deeper to find the causes, and who is most affected by teen pregnancy. We discuss how teenage pregnancy prevention is taught in the public school system, and how a lack of funding and legislation such as the Reform Act of 1996 correlates with the increase in teen pregnancy rates in low income areas, and with Black and Hispanic teenage girls. We also look at culture, and how being culturally relevant can help to reach certain underrepresented groups when it comes to teaching teen pregnancy prevention. We demonstrate how culture plays a large role in this issue, and understanding culture, being culturally literate and a caring teacher can make the teaching of teen pregnancy prevention more effective. We also provide solutions for you, and resourceful links where you can find more information on the topic of teenage pregnancy.