New Curriculum Educates Students, Teachers to Be Aware of Sex Abuse and Trafficking


A new anti-trafficking curriculum for K-12 children and teenagers aims to prevent sexual exploitation among the youngest and most vulnerable.

The Foundation United is piloting the S.P.E.A.K. Up (Student Prevention, Education and Advocacy for Kids) curriculum in several school districts across the country as experts warn that youth sexual exploitation is rising due in part to the pandemic and greater online access.

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