U.S. Department of Education Human Trafficking: Offers a dedicated webpage with helpful federal resources for administrators, teachers, specialized instructional support personnel, parents, caregivers, and students to combat trafficking.
Human Trafficking in America's Schools: What Schools Can Do To Prevent, Respond, and Help Students To Recover From Human Trafficking, Second Edition (2021): Provides awareness of the current prevalence of child trafficking and the forms it takes and explains what schools can do to prevent, respond, and help students to recover from human trafficking.
Human Trafficking in America's Schools: How Schools Can Combat Human Trafficking in Partnership With People With Lived Experience (2022): Describes ways schools can partner effectively with people with lived experience of trafficking, and explores some of the unique benefits these consultants offer.
Human Trafficking Webinar Series (2020 - Present): Presents information and experiences to address the growing response of America’s schools to child trafficking. The series draws attention to the important efforts underway in our nation’s education community to address both sex and labor trafficking.
Addressing Human Trafficking in America's Schools: Staff Development Series (2022): Includes three brief videos that provide information key to identifying potential trafficking, generating appropriate school-level responses, and efforts to prevent trafficking of students. Training collateral in the form of supportive posters and social media/website graphics are also available to promote information from the series with staff members.
Addressing the Growing Problem of Domestic Sex Trafficking in Minors through Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (2021): Highlights the broader issue of domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) and suggest a framework for integrating school-based prevention and intervention strategies through Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).