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“This story [link to The 74 story URL] was produced by The 74, a non-profit, independent news organization focused on education in America.”
3. We have no concern if you make changes to suit your publication’s individual style. But if you make substantive changes, like adding comments from a local source, you need to include the following note: “Additional reporting by [your news organization].”
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10. We reserve the right to deny, suspend or limit the rights above for any reason, including instances where these conditions are not met or the republished material is not presented responsibly.
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