Usable Knowledge aims to connect educators, leaders, parents, and the general public with credible, actionable insights about education — and to do so in a style and format that are accessible, vibrant, and easy to use. Because we’re committed to sharing content widely, we are happy to consider all requests to repost, share, translate, or otherwise use our stories, free of charge.
To make a request to use our content, simply contact us and let us know who you are and how you’d like to share our stories. We'll ask you to:
- Provide a credit to Usable Knowledge at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The author's byline is not necessary, unless otherwise stated. The site credit should appear near the top of any reposted story. If that is not possible, the credit line can appear at the end of the piece.
- Link back to the home page of our site, www.gse.harvard.edu/uk.
- When feasible, consider using the Usable Knowledge logo (see download instructions below) and a line that describes our project, as follows:
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- If you can, let us know when the reposted version of our content appears.
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Our content is relevant for education associations, professional groups, unions, policymakers, and educator and parent advocates. We hope you’ll include Usable Knowledge on any list of resources you share on your website or with your membership.
We’re committed to making education research accessible, so let us know how the content can be helpful to your group. Ideas for new pieces of content are always welcome, too.
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