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The national campaign, however, would not like government agencies to conclude that the teen-pregnancy problem is “solved,” Mr. Albert said.

“What goes down can go back up again,” he said. Children are constantly entering their teenage years, and the messages and policies aimed at them need to stay fresh and innovative.

“We can’t continue to rest on [the idea that] what worked in the past will work in the future,” Mr. Albert said.