Educating About Intellectual Property seeks to educates young people about the role and importance of intellectual property in our society and the laws and policies in place to protect both the property and the citizens who use it.
This project is a collaborative effort of Street Law, Inc. and Constitutional Rights Foundation. Educating to Protect Intellectual Property (ePIP) was created by grant 2009-BE-BX-0001 from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, United States Department of Justice, and supported by The International Trademark Association.
- Adams Middle School, Redondo Beach (social studies)
- Richard Henry Dana Middle School, Hawthorne (social studies and language arts)
- North Park Middle School, Pico Rivera (social studies)
- West Essex Middle School, North Caldwell (language arts, science, and social studies)
- Hayfield Secondary School, Alexandria (social studies and technology)
- Liberty Middle School, Clifton State (social studies)