By Nicole Nguyen
Welcome to Milton highschool, the place worry is a teacher’s most sensible device and each pupil is a soldier within the conflict on terror. A suffering public college outdoor the nation’s capital, Milton sat squarely on the middle of 2 developments: turning out to be worry of resurgent terrorism and mounting strain to run colleges as task education websites. In reaction, the college demonstrated a really good native land protection program.
A Curriculum of Fear takes us into Milton for a daily examine how this type of software works, what it capability to scholars and employees, and what it says concerning the militarization of U.S. public faculties and, extra greatly, the nation of public schooling during this kingdom. Nicole Nguyen courses us via a curriculum of nationwide security–themed periods, electives, and internships designed via public-private partnerships with significant safeguard contractors like Northrop Grumman and federal corporations just like the NSA. She introduces us to scholars within the means of turning into a corps of “diverse staff” for the nationwide safeguard undefined, studying to be “vigilant” voters; and he or she exhibits us the standard realities of a application meant to enhance the varsity, revitalize the neighborhood, and dispose of the fulfillment gap.
With connection with serious paintings on institution militarization, neoliberal institution reform, the impression of the worldwide conflict on terror on way of life, and the political makes use of of fear, A Curriculum of Fear maps the contexts that gave upward push to Milton’s place of birth protection application and its recognition. finally, because the first ethnography of this sort of application, the ebook offers a traumatic shut stumble upon with the recent basic imposed by means of the worldwide warfare on terror—a college right now less than siege and actively getting ready for the siege itself.
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