For me, the first issue is to define what Epicurean "logic" is and where it fits into an outline. That would be necessary to teach the system to a junior high school student: to provide the complete, coherent system.
Secondly would be to contrast the Epicurean view to other views.
Rather than call it Epicurean logic, maybe "methods of inference" is a good term to use, per Philodemus.
As to placing "MOI" in an outline, it shouldn't be in the canon as it's not direct experience (as discussed in the thread linked to in post #48. But a current problem is that it’s something of an afterthought (speaking for myself). One suggestion is:
Overview of Epicurean philosophy:
1B. Methods of Inference (dependent upon Canonic)
1C. Natural science (dependent upon Canonic and MOI)
2. Ethics (dependent upon Physics)