At the School Board meeting of March 17, 2021, the School Board of Miami-Dade County unanimously approved Agenda Item H-12, which supports Human Trafficking Education in all Miami-Dade County Public Schools. The item was proffered by Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall and co-sponsored by all board members. Human trafficking is a major problem in the community and throughout the nation. To address this crisis, one of the main priorities should be to develop action items and support policies regarding human trafficking. Senate Bill 554, sponsored by Senator Perry Thurston, and House Bill 1303, sponsored by Representative Patricia Williams, in the Florida Legislature will require human trafficking education in schools and ensure that it is part of the comprehensive health education curriculum. The main portions of the curriculum include recognition of the signs of human trafficking, awareness of resources, information on the prevalence and nature of trafficking, and strategies to reduce the risk of human trafficking. This item calls for the Superintendent to include Senate Bill 554 as a priority for the School Board’s 2021 Legislative Agenda and explore the feasibility of adding Human Trafficking Education to the district’s health curriculum. “I am deeply committed to the issue of human trafficking and it has been a priority for me for many decades,” said Dr. Bendross-Mindingall. “Adding the component of Human Trafficking Education in the district’s curriculum will benefit millions of children and will be the first step to ending this problem in our nation.”