Copyright Permissions

Committee for Children frequently receives requests from clients to reproduce or adapt its materials. We welcome such requests and do our best to accommodate clients’ needs.

All Committee for Children materials, including web materials, are protected under copyright law. Written permission from the publisher is required if you wish to reproduce or adapt materials.

Permission is not required to link to any article or page on this website. However, full‑text articles may not be reproduced on any website, newsgroup, or mailing list without explicit permission. Reproduction, distribution, transmittal, or retrieval of any part of the Second Step® programs’ materials is strictly prohibited without a valid license agreement or written permission from Committee for Children. All use of the Second Step programs’ materials is subject to the Second Step License Agreement included with your product. Please consult the License Agreement for exact terms and conditions applicable to use of the materials.

To request permission to reproduce or adapt materials, please complete and submit the form below. Providing as much detail as possible helps make the review process faster and more efficient.

Copyright Permission Request Form

Copyright Permissions Request Form

Requester’s Information

School or Organization’s Information

Program Information

I’m requesting permission to use material from the following program:

Online Content

Please include title of white paper or research article


Please include title and copyright year if known

Reason for Copyright Permission Request

 If you’re requesting permission for a research study or project, please provide the name of the university and be prepared to provide a letter from the university advisor overseeing the study or project: