Due Process in the Digital Age
Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s video, Due Process in the Digital Age, was one of the middle school section third prize winners in… read more
Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s video, Due Process in the Digital Age, was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution. close
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