Since 2020, the U.S. Department of Education has conducted a webinar series 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.
Below is a list of events from the series. Simply click on an event title to access more information, including archived materials. As additional events in the series take place, this webpage will be updated.
If you have any questions about the Addressing Human Trafficking in America's Schools Webinar Series, please contact NCSSLE@air.org.
For more resources and information on human trafficking, visit NCSSLE's hot topic page on human trafficking.
- Supporting Students and Schools Through a Human Trafficking Report
- Understanding Child Labor Exploitation in the U.S. and How Schools Can Help Address It
- Centering the Experience of Boys, Young Men, and Male Identifying Students in Human Trafficking
- Building Protective Factors to Reduce Student Vulnerability to Human Trafficking
- Forced Criminality in Human Trafficking: Identifying and Intervening to Support Students
- Part 2: Engaging Families in Preventing and Addressing Human Trafficking
- Part 1: Supporting Students Who Have Experienced Familial Human Trafficking
- Protecting Young People from Online Exploitation
- Preventing and Intervening in the Labor Trafficking of Students
- The Impact of Bias, Inequities, and Injustices in Supporting Students Impacted by Human Trafficking
- Emerging from Trafficking: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Survivors
- Reducing Student Vulnerability in the Face of Community Risk Factors
- Effective Engagement of Individuals with Lived Experience
- Addressing Human Trafficking: Supporting Vulnerable Populations and Effectively Reintegrating Students
- Addressing Human Trafficking: An Expanded Look at Online Safety
- Human Trafficking: Online Safety
- Identifying and Supporting Students Affected by Human Trafficking