At NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland, we are committed to advocating for and advancing the reproductive rights and freedom of all youth throughout our state. If you are someone who works with pregnant or parenting youth, we would like to hear from you about your experiences with and current policies for pregnant and parenting students. To the best of your ability and comfort level, please fill out and submit the survey below. We welcome any and all responses, as these responses will inform our future policy work as we continue to advocate for students to realize both parenting and educational goals.

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* 1. (Optional) Enter your name (first and last) or scroll to the next question.

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* 2. Please select the county in which you are employed:

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* 3. If you work within a particular school, please specify:

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* 4. If you work with pregnant and parenting youth what kind of position do you hold?

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* 5. Do pregnant and parenting students have the right to pump or express milk on school grounds?

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* 6. If you answered yes to the previous question, what accommodations are made for students who need to express milk (i.e. a private lactation room, breaks with adequate time, food-storage space, access to an electrical outlet, running water, etc.)?

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* 7. Is the use of lactation accommodations considered excused absences or breaks in your school's policy?

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* 8. What child care resources are available for pregnant and parenting students at your school?

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* 9. How would you rate the support available for your pregnant and parenting students?

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* 10. What do you see as the biggest barrier for the pregnant and parenting students you work with?

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* 11. How can students learn about the pregnant and parenting students policy and resources available for them?

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* 12. What suggestions do you have to help keep pregnant and parenting students in school?

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* 13. What could schools do to help pregnant and parenting students graduate?

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* 14. What is the biggest barrier you see in implementing policies or accommodations to support pregnant and parenting students?

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* 15. In 2017, Maryland passed a law (HB616) concerning excused absences for medical and legal reasons for pregnant and parenting students. Were you familiar with the passage of this law?

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* 16. If you answered yes to the previous question, how did you hear about the new attendance policy for pregnant and parenting students?

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* 17. How can NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland help support your work with pregnant and parenting students?

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