DHS Wants To Indoctrinate Kindergarteners With Cybersecurity Education


In a blog titled, “Inspiring the Next Generation of Cyber Professionals” Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano claims that DHS is working to indoctrinate the next generation of leaders in cybersecurity…..beginning in kindergarten.

She writes, “In addition, we are extending the scope of cyber education beyond the federal workplace through the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, involving students from kindergarten through post-graduate school.”

“At DHS, we’re working to develop the next generation of leaders in cybersecurity while fostering an environment for talented staff to grow in this field. We are building strong cybersecurity career paths within the Department, and in partnership with other government agencies,” the Napolitano said.

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She also points out that DHS sponsors the U.S. Cyber Challenge which is “a program that works with academia and the private sector to identify and develop the best and brightest cyber talent to meet our nation’s growing and changing security needs.”

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The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) notes that The Department of Education and the National Science Foundation will be actively involved in the new “education.”

The website reads, “Their mission is to bolster formal cybersecurity education programs encompassing kindergarten through 12th grade, higher education and vocational programs, with a focus on the science, technology, engineering and math disciplines to provide a pipeline of skilled workers for the private sector and government.”

“A digitally literate workforce that uses technology in a secure manner is imperative to the Nation’s economy and the security of our critical infrastructure,” the site reads.

“Just as we teach science, technology, engineering, mathematics, reading, writing and other critical subjects to all students, we also need to educate all students to use technology securely in order to prepare them for the digital world in which we live,” the website added.

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