The Florida Department of Education mandates that all school districts educate students and staff about human trafficking. One program doing this work, through a “train the trainer” model is Selah Way Foundation, a global network of best practices and service providers in the global anti-sex trafficking movement. The Selah Way Foundation has developed a program to provide school districts, including all faculty/staff and K-12th graders with S.P.E.A.K. UP, a unique train-the-trainer model. Student Prevention Education & Advocacy for kids (S.P.E.A.K. UP) is a turn-key train the trainer model that provides schools and beyond with a top-down approach ensuring all faculty and staff are educated on how to protect students and recognize the red flags, and includes curricula for K-12th grade students. Presenters with the Selah Way Foundation will discuss the issue of human trafficking, schools, and how local communities can develop programming using a collaborative model. They also will focus on how important it is for children to be informed about human trafficking and how to partner in community with local programs, child welfare, and other local stakeholders.