U.S. Department of Education Use Case –Framework on Human Trafficking Instructional Programming in Schools

Presents a framework for schools to raise awareness and implement appropriate training and response protocols for instances of human trafficking involving students in the school. This framework not only includes a “student-centered instruction” component, it also involves the hybrid extension of a “whole-community approach”. The community approach involves multiple stakeholders that can support educational instructional programming, within the schools, simultaneous to providing students outreach opportunities within their communities.

 

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US Department of Education
Year Resource Released
2016

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