Teacher student dating stories
Recently, she graduated from high school and the two got married.
(“Marriage in the hand of God, this is the story of the teacher that married her former middle school student”), the teacher is quoted by the writer as saying, “So far, there are many obstacles that we faced in establishing our relationship.
He was her science teacher in 2011, when she would’ve still been around 13 years old (based on the birthday provided in her Facebook profile) and he would’ve been around 27.
They started dating soon after he was no longer her teacher, a courtship that is well documented on their social media accounts.
Here are 15 people who find themselves in a pickle as they admit to have hooked up with their professors.
Possible involvement of a minor and other legally questionable issues aside, teacher-student romance can pass for a normal relationship.
The problem [with judging this story] is that we don’t know the context of their relationship when they were still dating, whether or not they overstepped sexual boundaries.”“But still, teachers ethically shouldn’t date their students anyway.
There is no law in Indonesia [forbidding adults from dating underage children], only laws that regulate minimum age for marriage. Even university professors who date their students could lose their jobs.”As for the way the Indonesian media handled it, Mariana said, “We regret that the media turned this into an inspirational story.
The student at the school, called the Village, told cops the fling began when she gave Scott a note saying, “How would you feel if I kissed you? Scott swore she wouldn’t tell, and the two kissed in her classroom.
This student has been hooking up with her professor for years, and even contributed to his divorce from his wife. Decades-long marriages can crumble and families can break apart because someone else came into the picture.
And rationally speaking, there's no telling what can happen to the two-year relationship that caused it.
Is it a crime to submit a school project later than the deadline?
Considering what this student had to do to win her professors' sympathy, you would think it is.
But when the circumstances surrounding a "love situation," such as age, morality or legal issues, dictate otherwise, it becomes a messy relationship and for some, even dangerous.