Sexual Exploitation Prevention and Awareness Curriculum (Grades 7-12)
The average age of coercion into prostitution is 13 years old, and Hawaiʻi is no stranger to child trafficking. PASS believes it is imperative to equip teachers and students with the knowledge to identify risk factors of sexual exploitation and ways in which to prevent human trafficking for sex or labor. In order to keep kids safe, they must be properly informed.
PASS has partnered with the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE), the agency responsible for developing awareness curriculum for boys and teachers. PASS recommends this curriculum for students of any gender, to help stop the trafficking of children in Hawaiʻi.