However we're connected to the elementary, and middle school.So just in the beginning of the school year, I ran into an incident.The teacher who has 100 students in class and has a relationship with one of them is giving an unfair advantage to some students over others.Having gone through this as a college freshman with a male professor who was sexually involved with several of the women in class, it was the men who felt most resentful, because there was nothing they could do to get the type of attention from the professor that the women got (not to mention that some of the women he slept with were their girlfriends! Overall, it creates a lot of messy situations which may be viewed differently by one party than by another, and should be avoided.By the end of my junior year, staying after with him until dark was an everyday occurrence.He would place a seat next to his behind his desk, and we'd just sit, listen to music, laugh and talk.That pretty much is the major approach used to prosecute middle and high school teachers.
So one day he got late, and since I was his only ride, since my parents were coming home late, I had to check to see where he was.
I roamed through the middle school until I finally saw him sitting in one of the classrooms.
Turned out the "teacher" had him in after school for not finishing his homework and slacking off, and so he was finishing homework for that day right in front of the teacher.
It wouldn't be illegal in the United States if the student was of legal age and had already graduated, right? I'm a senior in high school who's about to turn eighteen.
I've had a crush on one of the teachers at school for about two years.