Florida creates a curriculum for educating students about human trafficking.
The House PreK-12 Quality Subcommittee approved a measure Tuesday to add human trafficking education to the health education curriculum in public schools.
The legislation aims to teach students about “the dangers and signs of human trafficking,” according to the bill’s language.
“The human trafficking education portion of the health curriculum must include, but is not limited to, information on the warning signs of human trafficking, terms used by traffickers, red flags that would indicate a trafficker’s malicious intent toward a student, websites that are popular with traffickers, and details on how a student may get help.”
Excerpt from an article on Florida Politics By Ryan Nicol on March 19, 2019