Are you a Kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12) teacher or educator looking to incorporate cybersecurity into your lesson plans? Do you want to help your students learn about cyber concepts and career opportunities?

Educating our nation’s youth is a huge responsibility. CISA is proud to help equip K-12 teachers with cybersecurity curricula, education tools, professional development workshops, and a plethora of other information and opportunities to help students succeed in cyber. CISA and other federal government agencies offer a variety of support, information, and resources for K-12 teachers to help their students become the next generation of cybersecurity professionals such as tip cards, videos, fact sheets, toolkits, and more. Explore the resources below for more details:

Also, through the Cybersecurity Education and Training Assistance Program (CETAP) grant, CISA supports CYBER.ORG development and distribution of cyber, STEM, and computer science curricula and resources to educators across the country as well as virtual and in-person events for teachers to learn more about incorporating cybersecurity concepts into their classrooms. With initiatives like Project Access, Project REACH, and the K-12 Cybersecurity Learning Standards, CYBER.ORG is consistently working towards increasing equity and educator support in K-12 cybersecurity settings.