Rules against professors dating students sex and the city rules for dating
The place with the highest age of consent in the world appears to be Madagascar where it is 21. In Yemen it's 9, but you have to be married (are you fucking kidding me? It's 17 in five States, 16 in eighteen States and 14(! At the University I work at it is only forbidden if you have 'direct authority' which does include former students do to the reasons mentioned earlier.) Also per Wiki, if my calculations are correct, 24 U. At the community college I teach at, the rules appear looser and it seems to only imply current students.It's about firing, and (if the person is a minor), about sex with a minor.Generally speaking, the school or school system has a policy that states that romantic/sexual relationships are not allowed. sure it is, each state has their own rules regarding age of consent, while 18 goes for all 50 states many have lower ages with differing rules.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?(b) An offense under this section is a felony of the second degree. Which basically means that the teacher in question did whatever he did out of view of any other person. He has admitted to some actions that I would consider dodgy, but are not in themselves illegal. The title is "Teachers dating students - Against the law?(c) If conduct constituting an offense under this section also constitutes an offense under another section of this code, the actor may be prosecuted under either section or both sections. " not "Teachers dating students in Illinois - Against the law? States cracking down on teacher-student sex Robert Tanner / Associated Press Heeding a steady drumbeat of sexual misconduct cases involving teachers, at least 15 states are considering stronger oversight and tougher punishment for educators who take advantage of their students. Some states are looking to increase penalties, expand background checks or broaden their ability to police charter schools for abuse, like Indiana, Massachusetts and Utah.
Teacher/student, boss/worker, therapist/client, sergeant/trooper, priest/parishioner, lawyer/client. In all of these situations, the two can't meet as equals.
That took in teacher/student, officer/enlisted person, guard/prisoner and even boss/employee. is it seriously possible to convict someone for consensual adult/adult sex?
I heard it was being, or had been tested in the last few years and I haven't been following it, so it may well have changed. ..wait, this is America, land of the sodomy is illegal in several states.
At both schools the policy falls directly under the 'sexual harassment' language, meaning it could also be applied to students who know you are dating another student and feel uncomfortable about it.
At the college level, I think they just treat it like they would in any work environment I have never seen or heard about anyone getting in trouble for it, and I have seen plenty of it take place.