Ultimately, it's a judgement call on your part about whether or not it's ethical or appropriate for a teacher to date a former student. Not someone who was a recent former student - maybe someone who had been a student decades ago. But even then, it would be awkward. I have former students who are now in their 50s, and who still have a hard time calling me by my first name, because I was always Dr. Neniaf to them. The nature of the relationship between student and teacher sets up an inequality which would be very hard to overcome.
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Teacher wins court case over relationship with 18-year-old former student
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The one year gap between the student being in your course and your romantic relationship will not be apparent with all who know about the teacher. Even if you tell them, they may not believe it. Even if neither with you expressed an interest in dating until recently, students may still can that you had romantic feelings for one of your students while they were your student. There is presumably some relationship differential.
Teacher dating a former student
The answer to an ethics question sometimes becomes obvious when it is apparent that every argument on one side is either a logical fallacy, an unethical rationalization, or the application of an invalid ethics principle. Such is the case here, and thus I somewhat question the motives of the author of the post, Kelly Anders. Wishful thinking, perhaps? Asking the question creates the illusion that there is a real controversy. I addressed this question a long time ago, in an early post here barely seen at the time but among the most frequently visited since.
I voted "NO" because I interpreted it as the title question. I saw just the title question and poll choices while I was answering another question. The police made a song about this actually.