Schools wouldn’t be able to deny enrollment, services or participation in activities to children that refuse to take mood-altering drugs to treat mental disorders under a bill passed unanimously Thursday by the House and sent to Gov. Jeb Bush.
– Justice Anderson, Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia, quoted at What judges have to say about Scientology
Before schools refer students for psychological evaluations, parents would have to be informed that behavior problems could be the result of physical conditions. They also must be told that they might want to consult a medical doctor, they can decline the evaluation and results may become part of the student’s school record.
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