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How K-12 Educators Navigate Copyright Law to Create Custom Curriculum

Copyright: An Overlooked But Important Aspect of Custom Curriculum Development

The ability to customize curriculum is vital for K-12 school districts looking to supplement their content to meet the varying needs of all learners. But because publishing usually isn't a school systems' core competency, the challenges of time and logistics needed to create, curate and deliver content at the scale of traditional textbook publishers can be daunting. Additionally, one often overlooked challenge is presented by U.S. copyright law:  familiarity with the copyright protections of curriculum materials or the circumstances in which their use is allowed.

Download this whitepaper for:

  • Answers for districts looking to customize their instruction materials while safely managing copyright compliance
  • Clarity on important terms to know such as “infringement,” “fair use” and more
  • Thoughts from industry leaders including Jane Swift - former Governor of Massachusetts and CEO of LearnLaunch and Dan Gohl, chief academic officer for Broward County Schools in Florida

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