Is it fair to require students to take classes on increasing their digital intelligence quotient to help mitigate cyber bullying cases and suicides - for and against

[Would take place on 8:45 pm PKT]
Is it fair to require students to take classes on increasing their digital intelligence quotient to help mitigate cyberbullying cases and suicides - for and against.

The topic above aims to deal with mitigating cyberbullying in order to reduce cyberharrasment cases due to the massive amount of screen time of students and adolescents.

You can find a general study guide on the topic I am sharing when I participated in a previous MUN here:

The ideas a bit lengthy but I liked this format. feel free to suggest edits or feedback!

for: it covers two areas; general computer use as well as mental health/psychology, specifically going over basic points like understanding that anonymous people can be more vitriolic due to having no recourse and a few other things like just looking for ways to negate it like utilizing block/remove/report functions (since basically every main website/forum/game feature them), removing themselves from the situation if they feel unsafe, not sharing their own details could be useful in younger audience classes. - it wouldn’t require a lot to explain this though? like 10 mins lol, unless people have questions about it then maybe 20-30

against: it might be redundant, people who use the internet from early on can just pick up more easily on obvious details and recognize it and treat it like any other social event that requires a degree of thick skin to overcome