Human trafficking education should be a priority for our country’s schools.
This fall, with the support of Governor DeSantis and Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran, Florida became the first state to require a curriculum on child trafficking for all K-12 students. Now, we need other states to follow suit.

Human trafficking is a pervasive industry in the U.S., but many Americans still remain unaware of it. And a lack of education is putting children in every state at risk.

A 2016 study by the U.S. Department of Justice estimated the number of trafficked children to be between 4,500 to 21,000.

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