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Permissions
Do you need content that will entice your students—even struggling readers? If our existing anthologies do not meet your needs, you can license our stories for use in coursepacks, newsletters, staff development programs, audio programs, and more.

We have more than 6,000 stories, including:
  • stories on a hundreds of specific topic, from the arts to youth organizing;
  • stories by or about teens from specific countries—Albania to Yemen—and from many backgrounds and interests—African-Americans to vegetarians.
  • stories suitable for teaching specific language arts skills, like vocabulary, or scenes.
  • stories and lessons that can be used to teach critical thinking;
  • stories and activities to support strengthen social and emotional skills; and lots more!
Please contact us about your needs or for more information: Loretta Chan, lchan@youthcomm.org.

For general rules about using our stories, see the Permissions page.

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