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Date Posted: Wed, Oct 30 2019, 8:39:25"
Author: You have to remember that there are people involved - some people (parents and teachers) are mature and will handle it accordingly, others need further development.
Subject: It’s not like regular school where a teacher may have a student for a year. TCs are coaching these dancers for many years, sharing the ups and downs and supporting them through it all (even if you don’t feel this is the case) It’s not an emotionless process or business transaction as some seem to suggest. It is a breakdown of relationship and so there are repercussions from that. The way a family leaves can have an impact on how a teacher responds. Think about a breakup - things don’t automatically heal and go back to normal.
In reply to: Best of both worlds results and support is possible 's message, "Just wondering why a teacher would hold a grudge? Dancers aren’t property owned by schools. Allowed to make decisions based on the needs of the dancer at the time without fear of retribution." on Tue, Oct 29 2019, 20:55:11"


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