This video training, presented by Delaware County, Indiana Judge, Kim Dowling and Restored CEO / Founder, Tracy McDaniel, provides a deeper dive into understanding human trafficking, warning signs to be aware of when considering whether an individual may be a victim of human trafficking, and legislation that has evolved to meet the increased prevalence of human trafficking.

The purpose of this training is to create a trauma-informed understanding of how human trafficking impacts youth in Indiana. We are taking human trafficking out of the abstract and bring a clear vision as to what trafficking looks like in our own communities and schools, what young people are particularly vulnerable to this form of exploitation, how to recognize some of the indicators that a youth is experiencing trafficking, and how to report a tip or make a case referral.

This video training, presented by Delaware County, Indiana Judge, Kim Dowling and Restored CEO / Founder, Tracy McDaniel, provides an overview for the understanding and utilization of the human trafficking screening tool for educators, in order to become familiar with the warning signs associated with an individual who may be a victim of human trafficking.

The video training, presented by Dr. Katrina Mallory, Program Director of Tru Harbor, provides a closer look at the psychological impact which may be suffered by victims of human trafficking.

This course will serve as a repository for Schoolwide Remediation Plans.  Plans will be submitted here, and feedback will be provided to the schools and corporations.

We will be reading The Writing Revolution (TWR) by the well-respected researchers, Judith C. Hochman and Natalie Wexler. This text is introducing a revolutionary way of teaching writing that can span grades K-12. The IDOE Literacy Team will guide all participants through new and accessible strategies to promote sentence creation all the way to developing multiple paragraph essays. Teachers who participate will have opportunities to read, create, and collaborate with educators from across the state of Indiana with the common goal of improving writing instruction for all students.