A Conversation with President Obama: Students Ask President Obama About Cyberbullying


Subjects: Internet Safety & Security, Personal Development
Grade Levels: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Source: MTV

President Obama: Cyberbullying

In an open, intimate setting with young people President Obama answers questions from the audience of mainly students. This clip deals with cyberbullying and what role, if any, the government and his administration should play in legislation and policing the Internet.

A Conversation with President Obama: Students Ask President Obama About Cyberbullying

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