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He loved his team, we liked the parents....but just seeing where the chips fall would follow the feedback we've been given for development.

Same personality here. Personally, I say stick with the same team and try to cultivate new friends with the other 5. I would think that "he loved his team, we liked the parents" entirely outweighs a "development opportunity" suggestion from his teacher. There will be plenty of growth opportunities; no need to jump head-first into the first opportunity that presents itself.

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