Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz, U.S. Secretary of EducationArne Duncan, and Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski will visit Jefferson Middle School in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, Dec. 16 to introduce Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online. The booklet is a guide for parents as they teach and help children navigate the Internet. A Spanish-speaking representative will be available for media interviews.
|WHO:||Federal Trade Commission
Chairman Jon Leibowitz
U.S. Secretary of Education
Federal Communications Commission
|WHAT:||Release of Net Cetera, a guidebook for parents|
|WHEN:||Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 9 a.m.|
|WHERE:||Jefferson Middle School (7th Street Entrance)
801 7th St. S.W.,
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(Net Cetera Advisory.wpd)
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