Studio Teachers, also sometimes called Welfare Workers, are teachers who specialize in educating child actors while they are at work on movie productions. This is necessary because filming schedules are often too lengthy and intense to allow attendance at a regular school. Studio Teachers are also responsible for the health and safety of the children while they are at work. In some localities their presence is required by law.
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On Location Education (OLE)
Teaching service for performing children. Complete coordination of on-set education services for film, television, and theater productions, as well as for young athletes, recording artists, and celebrity clientele.
The Studio Teachers Local 884
FAQ, links, and a list of teachers who are members. Includes online Blue Book, a summary of California statutes and regulations governing the employment of minors in the entertainment industry.
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