Rotary Club of Community Action Against Human Trafficking (CAAHT) is hosting a virtual event, “Human Trafficking Summit: Educators Role in Preventing Human Trafficking,” on Saturday April 10, 2021 from 9:00AM-12:00PM (CT).
Human trafficking is prevalent everywhere, often unreported, and many victims are under 18 years old. Educators build trusting relationships with students. Usha Reddi, President of Rotary Club of Community Action Against Human Trafficking (CAAHT) stated, “Educators are uniquely positioned to teach children to recognize human trafficking dangers and how to seek help if they find themselves or others in traumatic situations.”
The event is for school board members, administrators, school counselors, teachers, student teachers, teacher training program administrators, before and after school program directors, parents and anyone involved in education. The event spotlights two groups of panelists with a focus on legislation, social media, school resources, and curriculum. The event is sponsored by Kansas Association of School Boards, Kansas National Education Association and MB PILAND.
Registration is required. Go to Rotary CAAHT and register today.