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Date Posted: Sun, Jun 03 2018, 14:21:09"
Author: What benefit is there to the longevity of Irish Dancing in barring little grades dancers from the stage?
Subject: As long as the dancer isn't dancing the former school's proprietary choreography it shouldn't matter. If it's a restyling ban why should the children be barred from competing in trad sets or dances which their former teacher never taught them in the first place.
In reply to: DM 's message, "I don't think that either teachers or families are particularly trapped. Teachers can reject students and families can walk. I support a discouragement of school hopping but also think 6 months is too long in our short Australian season. I don't think it is fair for a student to jump from one school to another and then compete at states a week later on behalf of the new school. But I do think that a shorter period of maybe 3 months would be a more reasonable transition time." on Sun, Jun 03 2018, 2:33:41"

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