For the country as a whole, I do not believe that overpopulation is a problem.
For certain groups or individuals, however, there may be a value in curbing reproductive activity. I am talking about persons unable financially or mentally to raise children. In cases such as these, education is the solution.
For the country as a whole, there is a benefit of a reasonable rate of population growth. A predictable growth rate is helpful in distributing resources and creating and maintaining infrastructure. It is important for the economy.
Fortunately, we in the U.S. are not, in my opinion, in the circumstance of needing to curb population growth. In the U.S. there is no need for population control measures that might be appropriate in African countries with unstable governments or on-going famine.