Copyright and Permissions FAQs
Are the materials on SecondStep.org copyrighted?
All Committee for Children Second Step Online Resources and other materials are protected under copyright law. You may not use the materials in ways not specified in the License Agreement (PDF) that came with your curriculum kit(s) unless you receive written permission from Committee for Children. To request written permission, please fill out a Copyright Permission Request Form.
What am I allowed to do with the materials on this site?
You may do the following with the materials on SecondStep.org (subject to the terms and conditions of the License Agreement in your curriculum kit):
- Reproduce them for internal use only (download, print, make photocopies)
- Place them on an internal school server solely for internal access and use
- Email Home Links, homework, and Family Letters to students and their families
May I put materials from this website on another website?
You may not place the materials on any other website without written permission from Committee for Children, but you may place the materials on an internal server that is accessed solely by staff within your district. To request written permission, please fill out a Copyright Permission Request Form. For other questions, see our contact information below.
May I link to this website (SecondStep.org)?
Linking to any part of this website is strictly prohibited, as it contains proprietary, password-protected information only accessible by Second Step kit users. Teaching materials on this site may not be reproduced on any site, newsgroup, or mailing list except as provided for in the License Agreement (PDF).
How do I request permission to use SecondStep.org materials in ways not mentioned in this FAQ?
If you would like to request permission to reproduce or adapt materials, please fill out the Copyright Permission Request Form.
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