Summer 2023 Professional Development - Foundations of Cybersecurity
Summer, 2023, PD for US K-12 certified teachers. Registration deadline is May 1, 2023. Flyer available here: NCTA PD Flyer
You can apply using this link: https://bit.ly/NCTA-FoundationsofCS
National Cybersecurity Teaching Academy Information Sessions
Sacramento State has funds to provide full-ride tuition scholarships to 35 qualified high school educators.The coursework will include “Foundations in Cybersecurity”, “Introduction to Digital Forensics”, “Methods for Teaching Cybersecurity”, and “Cybersecurity Practicum”. The Sacramento State cohort will start in Summer 2023.
What is NCTA?
NCTA is a 12-credit hour graduate certificate for high school teachers. It includes coursework on teaching cybersecurity, foundations of cybersecurity, network security, and advanced topics. Four universities (DePaul University, University of Louisville, University of Arkansas-Little Rock, and California State University-Sacramento) will be offering the virtual program, with a little bit of variation depending on the university’s program.
The inaugural cohort of teachers started work in Summer, 2022. A Sacramento State cohort will be selected and start in Summer, 2023.
In a press release on September 16, 2022, Sacramento State was announced as a certificate-granting university within the National Cybersecurity Teaching Academy (NCTA). You can read the press release here: https://www.csus.edu/news/newsroom/stories/2022/9/cybersecurity-grant.htm
NCTA is supported by a grant from the NCAE-C , which is the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (located within the National Security Agency).
California State University-Sacramento (Sacramento State) joins NCTA
The Sacramento State cohort of NCTA begins in Summer 2023. See the program description below for details.