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Homeland Security High School

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A charter high school in Wilmington, Del., will be the first to train its students to become part of Homeland Security. The Delaware Academy for Public Safety and Security will train as many as 600 of Wilmington’s inner-city youth in areas such as prison guarding, professional demolition, and special weapons. Cadets, as they will be called, will learn Arabic, Chinese, or Russian as part of the curriculum.

But a concerned ParentDish blogger who says the move is “reminiscent of the Hitler-Jugend,” is not convinced.

Maybe this will turn out to be the best thing since sliced bread … [but]…It just seems a little too familiar.
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In 2003, the idea to bring a unique set of courses to the students of Joppatowne High School was conceived.The program at Joppatowne High School will introduce students to careers and educational experiences available in this ever-growing industry.The Home land programm will include three career pathway science and engineering,home land Security science and Criminal law enforcement.

Good to start them earily with this so they can choose this path. Seems not many young adults want to choose this career path willingly.. good start. Better learn it this way than with the wrong crowd!

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