Copyright and Licensing

"Educational Challenges" policy in the field of copyright aims to ensure free access to the results of the study.

If the article is taken for publication in the Journal, the author should sign the authorship statement. The statement is sent to the post-office (the original) or e-mail address (the scanned copy) of the Journal’s publisher.

Copyright Policy for "Educational Challenges"

  1. All articles, reviews, and other original works published in "Educational Challenges" are protected by copyright. The copyright of each article, review, and other original work published in the journal is held by the author(s).
  2. By submitting their work to "Educational Challenges" authors retain the copyright to their work and grant the journal a license to publish, reproduce, distribute, display, and transmit their work in any form, whether now known or later developed, and to make derivative works based on their work.
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  5. "Educational Challenges" reserves the right to reject or withdraw any submission at any time, for any reason.
  6. "Educational Challenges" recognizes the importance of authors' rights as copyright holders and will take appropriate measures to protect those rights.
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