Human Trafficking

There are a number of resources and information the Mountain View Whisman School District provides families on how to identify, prevent, and talk to your student regarding Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC). Per state law (Assembly Bill 1227), students grades 6 and older are required to be educated on the prevention of human trafficking. In Mountain View Whisman, this information is taught as part of the Teen Talk program to all eighth-grade students. Families have the ability to opt-out of this instruction. For additional Information and resources about human trafficking, please see the links below.

Risk Factors for Exploited Children
CDE: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
Research & Reports from the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking (SBCEHT) 
“Know the Red Flags” Brochure (English): From SBCEHT and the Santa Clara County Office of Women’s Policy

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