The University of North Carolina has started a program called the College Bound Sisters where teenagers receive $7 a day to stay in school and stay baby-free. They must also attend meetings each week on abstinence.
The rate of teenage pregnancy is on the rise nationwide. Only six girls out of 125 have either dropped out or become pregnant in the program. Girls can save as much as $3000 if they stay in the programs from age 12.
In the past, the program has had financial problems, here.