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Reflections on 9/11: Looking for a Homeland Security Game Changer

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AUTHOR:
Samuel Clovis Jr.

Samuel H. Clovis, Jr., is professor and chair of the Department of Business Administration and Economics at Morningside College in Sioux City, IA. He holds a doctorate in public administration from the University of Alabama and is a twenty-five-year veteran of the Air Force. Dr. Clovis has been deeply involved in homeland security research and teaching since 2003. He serves as a lecturer for the Center for Homeland Defense and Security at the Naval Postgraduate School and is on the editorial board of the Homeland Security Affairs.

ABSTRACT:
Sam Clovis brings public education into the homeland security discussion. “My intent is to call the attention of my homeland security colleagues to the idea that public education reform must be part of any serious discussion about national or homeland security.” Clovis argues, “A better-educated citizenry will be less dependent on government and more independent in times of crisis… will be more attentive to issues and challenges at the state and local level and more engaged at the national level… will cost less in public funding and will contribute more to the public coffers.”

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SUGGESTED CITATION:
Clovis, Samuel. “Reflections on 9/11: Looking for a Homeland Security Game Changer.” Homeland Security Affairs 7, 10 Years After: The 9/11 Essays (September 2011)
http://www.hsaj.org/?article=7.2.4
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