It depends on several factors:1)The age of the student. not because I disapprove of May-December relationships, because I don't care, but if an older teacher started dating an 18 or 19-year-old student soon after graduation, it would smack of authoritative manipulation, or the kid is/was being taken advantage of. after graduation, if the kid is 18 or older, they are now a legal adult and can screw anyone they want to. I think that if you graduated and waited atleast a year before making it official it's ok.
It's hard to imagine a situation where a teacher would just happen to develop a relationship with a student after graduation. Love is love and you cant control who you have feelings for. If they had just graduated, it would be really creepy and wildly inappropriate.
Not long ago, however, Jones was on the other side of the U. The two are still together, the AP says, and plan to marry.
Travis, now 36, had the girl perform oral sex on him by the park’s lake and volleyball field, the report says.But four years later, while in college, the girl lodged her own complaint against Travis.During their trysts, the student told probers, she was “blinded by what I thought was love.” She later realized that Travis had exploited her and said she was “concerned for the safety of students at the school,” the report says.A Brooklyn high-school teacher was busted four years after repeatedly having sex with a student in his car and in Prospect Park — when the girl came to the realization he “took advantage of her youth,” records show.Jay Travis, an English teacher at Brooklyn Studio Secondary School in Bensonhurst, first flirted with the teen in 2009 and “engaged in sexual conversations” in text messages.