Burcham Enterprises Driving Schoolinappropriate behavior

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Parents beware don't let your kids take classes from dave burcham. He is very inappropriate towards the teenagers. Puts his hands on the girls from what the boys have told me. Flirts with the girls a lot. Kicks kids out of his class for talking when other students say they had no idea why the other students got kicked out then locks the door so no one can get in or out. Apparently, he actually pushed one of the students out the door before he locked it. The end of one discussion was "if you think 2yrs from now that you want to commit suicide, it might be a option for you". If you confront him about these things he kicks your kid out and refunds your money. He also said he didn't say anything about suicide but it was written on the white board in the classroom. These kids might joke around but they weren't a rowdy or rude class, they're just being teenagers. His local school district won't even hire him to teach the kids! I work for a school and if I did half the things i've heard this man has done, I wouldn't have a job. I had heard some of this stuff went on last year but heard more again this year. Also, it wasn't my kid that got kicked out but I thought someone should post.

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