Over the past two years, the National Cryptologic Foundation (NCF) has played a pivotal role in the development of High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines.
The NCF High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines (HSCCG) were created so that curriculum providers, teachers, and industry could create and deliver engaging and relevant cybersecurity curriculum that will attract high school students to study and pursue a profession in cybersecurity.
Just two short years later, the NCF has partnered with Teach Cyber to bring these guidelines to life through courseware that is available to high school educators at no cost. Launched in Fall 2020, Teach Cyber is now in use in 48 states by ~400 educators.
Teach Cyber is supporting teachers’ use of the curriculum by offering Teacher Professional Development to build teachers’ understanding of this new, emerging field and to prepare teachers to teach cybersecurity in the 2021-2022 Academic Year.
Available during the Summer 2021 are "Learn Cybersecurity" Workshops and "Teach Cybersecurity" Workshops.
The NCF is granting scholarships - available for educators to apply for through 30 April 2021.
- 40 scholarships are available for the Teach Cyber LEARN CYBERSECURITY Workshops. These $275 scholarships will support attendance in the workshop plus an additional 10 hours to build competency with cybersecurity labs on the US Cyber Range.
- 10 scholarships are available for the TEACH CYBERSECURITY Workshops. These $2,200 scholarships will support attendance in the workshop plus utilization of the US Cyber Range in your AY2021-2022 Cybersecurity Course for you and your students.
- Applicants must have an account with TeachCyber.org. Registration is free. If you do not have anaccount, please register here.
- Applicants for the LEARN CYBERSECURITY Scholarships must be a public or private school teacherwho will be teaching cybersecurity as a standalone course or integrated into other computingcourses in the 2021-2022 AY.
- Applicants for the TEACH CYBERSECURITY Scholarships must be a public or private school teacherwho will be teaching cybersecurity as a semester-long or year-long course in the 2021-2022 AY.Scholarship awardees are expected to use the Teach Cyber courseware in their courses.
Applications are due by 30 April 2021 and selections will be announced by 30 May 2021.