Teacher student dating legality

01-Jul-2017 00:02 by 3 Comments

Teacher student dating legality

I want you to be my token (insert name of English speaking country) friend B.Last week, during one of my Japanese lessons, the other student in my class casually asked my Japanese teacher out.

Age of consent wouldn't matter in teacher-student sex Posted: Friday, February 01, 2008 at a.m. The bill passed today says any high school employee or volunteer who has sex with a student under 19 years old can be charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct, punishable by up to ten years in prison. FWIW, There are specific laws against it in the UK.

My guess is that any situation where one of the would-be lovers has legal authority (or is in a position of trust, for example a doctor's authority) over the other is forbidden.

Teacher/student, boss/worker, therapist/client, sergeant/trooper, priest/parishioner, lawyer/client. In all of these situations, the two can't meet as equals.

What if she is not his student, but attends the school he teaches at?

What if he had her as a student, but recently left the school? Or is all of this just a matter where he can be fired?

I could say the same about when I was in the private sector too.

Colorado used to have a law that roughly said if a person is "in authority" over another person whether it is of age or not, it will be considered rape.If you're in a position of control or authority over a person you can't engage in romantic or sexual activity with them.It still happens of course, sometimes it's more creepy than other times! is it seriously possible to convict someone for consensual adult/adult sex? is it seriously possible to convict someone for consensual adult/adult sex?Edit: There may also be a statement to the effect that some amount of time has to pass before any other kind of relationship can even be discussed. same goes for the boss/guardian/whatever has some power over the minor in question. Especially since just in the last couple of days there have been very public court cases on the matter in Australia and New Zealand -- the two countries where I have taught.Ex-teachers still have evaluative power (for example, they can write you an inappropriately glowing college or job letter, or refuse to do so if you break their heart). (Two cases in Queensland, one in my home town broke today.This is assuming both teacher and student are otherwise adults and able to make their own decisions.