Content found on the Wonderopolis® website, including the arrangement of content, is exclusive property of the National Center for Family Literacy. Under no circumstances may any individual or organization charge for the use of Wonderopolis images, text, programming and materials without prior written permission from the National Center for Family Literacy. NCFL reserves complete intellectual property rights to any content downloaded from the website.
The names, logos and spirit lines identifying Wonderopolis’ images, text, programming (e.g., Wonder of the Day®) and materials are proprietary marks of the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL).Use, reproduction or modifications to any such names, logos or taglines associated with Wonderopolis are strictly prohibited. Modification to any Wonderopolis identification marks is prohibited.
Wonderopolis materials may be cited or excerpted in periodicals, books and educational materials under the following stipulations:
- A URL of the material referenced is provided so that readers may access it online
- Inclusion of the following branding information: “Wonderopolis is brought to life by the National Center for Family Literacy.”
Additional requests for permission to feature and use Wonderopolis materials can be faxed to the National Center for Family Literacy at 502-584-0172.
The National Center for Family Literacy provides this website to further its mission of inspiring and engaging families in the pursuit of education and learning together. All activities of Wonderopolis further the organization’s charitable, tax-exempt purpose. While the National Center for Family Literacy makes every effort to present accurate and reliable information on this website, the organization does not endorse, approve or certify any information on the website, nor does it guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy or timeliness of such information. Use of such information is voluntary. No reference to any commercial product, process or service implies or constitutes endorsement, recommendation or preference by the National Center for Family Literacy.
The Website is provided on an “As Is” and “As Available” basis. The National Center for Family Literacy does not make any warranty as to the accuracy of any images, text, programs or materials on the website.
Live links to other websites can be accessed through Wonderopolis. Such external sites contain information created, published, maintained or otherwise posted by institutions or organizations independent of the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL). NCFL does not endorse, approve, certify or control these external sites and does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy or timeliness of information located at such sites. Use of such information is voluntary. No reference to any commercial product, process or service implies or constitutes endorsement, recommendation or preference by the National Center for Family Literacy.
The National Center for Family Literacy assumes no responsibility for consequences resulting from use of information contained on the website or from use of the information obtained at linked sites, or in any respect for the content of such information. The National Center for Family Literacy is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, reliance on or performance of such information.
The National Center for Family Literacy respects your privacy. Any information gathered on the site is for the express purpose of determining how families are using the site to further learning together. You may always choose whether to enter any personal information. Any information collected will not be sold, under any circumstances, to any third party.
The information we collect on our site is only used to recognize you as a Wonder friend and make your experience on Wonderopolis more enjoyable. In most cases, the information we collect on Wonderopolis is non-personal (such as first name only, age, and state). If you submit content that is posted on Wonderopolis, you will identified on our site only first name, age, and city and state. When we do ask for personal information (such as an email address), it is optional and will not prevent you from participating in site activities if you choose not to share that information. For example, if you submit a Wonder nomination and we know you are under the age of 13, we will ask permission from your parent or guardian to publish any comment you leave about what inspired your Wonder. Without the permission of your parent or guardian, we will only publish your nominated Wonder with no other personal information.
The National Center for Family Literacy reserves the right to make changes to the policies of this website at any time. Any policy updates will apply to everyone using the website and will replace prior policies.