Always Read the Terms

Always. Read. The. Terms.

That’s the ‘digital citizenship’ lesson that an 8th grade middle school student from New York recently learned (“How a kid cartoonist avoided Scholastic’s digital sharecropping trap“) when she decided to submit her artwork for a Scholastic Art & Writing Award, the “nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12.” In its most recent year of operation, students like Sasha Matthews submitted more than 330,000 works of visual art and writing to the awards program, often with the express encouragement of their schools and teachers.

“Congratulations! You just lost your copyright” (c) Sasha Matthews/Rumble Comics @rumblecomics, 2018. Posted with permission.

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