Learn how to implement the Internet Smarts program at school or at home.
Internet Smarts: Safeguarding Your Children in a Digital World - a free parent resource booklet that answers common questions about safe Internet use.
Delete Cyberbullying is Power to Learn's public service initiative that encourages parents, teachers, and students to work together to combat cyberbullying.
"This is a wonderful initiative that raises awareness regarding Internet safety... This initiative has provided students with the oppurtunity to facilitate educational advancement safely and wisely."
Mayor Bollwage Elizabeth, New Jersey
August 13, 2014 Optimum Community brought a Power to Learn Delete Cyberbullying event to the Wilton Family YMCA Summer Camp GO >>
June 4, 2014 Optimumís Power to Learn and Long Beach City Manager Jack Schnirman recognized fifth-grade students at West Elementary School for their participation in Power to Learnís Internet Smarts program GO >>
May 27, 2014 New York State Senator David Carlucci joined Cablevision's Power to Learn at Felix Festa Middle School to recognize students for their participation in Power to Learn's Internet Smarts program GO >>
April 30, 2014 Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro joined Optimum for a Delete Cyberbullying program at John Jay High School in Hopewell Junction GO >>
March 28, 2014 NYC Council Member Fernando Cabrera joined students at MS 390 for an Internet Smarts event GO >>
December 3, 2013 Students at All Saints Academy Participate in Cablevision's Power to Learn Delete Cyberbullying Event with Assemblywoman Betty Lou DeCroce GO >>
December 2, 2013 Students at Entrada Academy Participate in Cablevision's Power to Learn Delete Cyberbullying Event with Assemblyman Marcos Crespo GO >>
June 5, 2013 Fifth Graders at Tinc Road School Participate In A Delete Cyberbullying Presentation With New Jersey State Senator Steve Oroho GO >>
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Cyber Perils - A Cablevision Editorial (02:00 mins)