He wouldn't be able to correct your son's work, for fear of the grade being biased.
What happens if you son is the only one or one of a few to do very well on a test or exam. This guy is probably smart enough to know that he shouldn't care what people think.
He will have him as a teacher the entire duration of high school, not just this year. It is fear based, but I dont think its anything unethical. In most high schools,or at least the one I went to, There were many teachers, who had children who attended the school,the students were deffinatly not aloud to be in that teachers classroom.
Is this teacher actually going to be grading this student for 4 years, or is this a semester system or what.
You can wait till he's done 'teaching' your boy and then start, but anythign romantic and stuff before then to me is unethical The ethical dilema is quite staggering.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. But, just hope that his teacher is mature enough to leave your son out of it, if your relationship goes sour down the road.
The man I am interested in is my high school age son's teacher. Remember that people who are normally rational can change very quickly when there are emotions ... It's like a student dating a prof...just don't do it.
THIS IS A HUGE NO NOI mean, this is just the start, of your 'relationship'if this is happeneing,it needs to be made apparent to your "potentials' superiors, to avoid awkward situations later on.
There is a lot that we don'tknow about the situation, the size of the school, number of profs, ect...
Ultimately there is nothing morally or ethically wrong - but as with most things its the individual circumstances that matter - not a matter of IF you should have a relationship - but how you conduct yourselves during it.
It is obvious you are aware of the potential problems and your sons well being is your priority - and because of that I'm sure you will manage the relationship with dignity, respect, discretion and maturity...the way that is best for your son - and yourselves....
All day long, teachers work to connect with students of all kinds of backgrounds, intellectual levels and work ethics. Date a teacher, and you won’t have to stress about the inevitable meet-the-parents dinner. Teachers adapt quickly, whether it’s welcoming new students or embracing new curriculum.
They meet with them a lot, and know how to put people at ease. Teachers can explain the same thing in a variety of ways until a point is made effectively, making sure that miscommunication doesn’t hurt the relationship.
If you are cautious, the other kids my never even get to know about it and then so long as your son is happy, there wouldn't be an issue that I can see. He wouldn't be able to correct your son's work, for fear of the grade being biased.