In 2011, the New York City School Department began dispensing Plan B contraception, or the "morning-after pill," to high-school students, and condoms are now available in hundreds of U.S. Schools. Through objective discussion, numerous direct quotes, and full-color illustrations this title examines How Did the Availability of Birth Control to Teens Become Controversial? Should Schools Make Birth Control Available to Teens? Should Parental Consent Be Required for Teens Who Want Birth Control? Should Abstinence-Only Be the Sole Birth Control Method Taught to Teens? How Does Access to Contraception Affect Teen Pregnancy Rates?