I know a schoolteacher who wishes to make a series of videotapes to augment
the regular classwork. At a minimum, these tapes would be provided to
students who are sick at home. They might also be used to allow more
flexibility of the curriculum, so that students could go through the material
at their own pace (once a sufficient library of tapes had been compiled).
If the tapes were successful, they might be distributed by the state (which
happened in the past with a series of audio tapes) or they might be turned
into a commercial product.
I would like an actor's release form to allow these uses by
either the state or a private business. Because the students that might
appear in these tapes would be minors, the release form would presumably
be signed by their parents.
So how 'bout it, Usenet? Any amateur lawyers care to take a crack at
designing the ultimate perfect release form?
BTW, the tapes would be math lessons. The students would shown solving