One interesting subtopic of teenage pregnancy is an examination of the available means of reducing the rate of pregnancy in children under 18. It would be poignant to mention statistics on how many teens become pregnant out of marriage, and to investigate patterns of subsequent pregnancies after the initial one.
Additionally, the paper could focus on the costs of teen pregnancy. It would be crucial to explore the different teen pregnancy prevention programs currently available with a view to both real results and cost-effectiveness. The conclusion could be based around ideas for new programs contrasted with current campaigns to end teen pregnancy.