Texans for Safe Education
FEDERAL LAW OUTLAWS SCHOOLS FROM FORCING PARENTS TO DRUG KIDS
December 3, 2004, The Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act
(IDEA) was signed into law by President Bush. Incorporated within this
Act was the first of its kind Federal legislation called the "Prohibition
on Mandatory Medication Amendment”. This new law prohibits
schools from recommending or requiring that a child take a Controlled
Substance (Includes all stimulants: Ritalin, Adderall, Concerta, Dexedrine,
Dextrostat, ect.) in order to attend school.
new precedent setting law CAN and SHOULD be used by any parent/caregiver being
coerced, pressured, or inundated with pro-drug recommendations by their
recommend that you print out the Amendment itself and submit it to your
child’s school with all other pertinent documents listed below for your
(25) PROHIBITION ON MANDATORY MEDICATION.
(A) IN GENERAL. – The State educational agency shall prohibit State and local educational agency personnel from requiring a child to obtain a prescription for a substance covered by the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 801 et seq.) as a condition of attending school, receiving an evaluation under subsection (a) or (c) of section 614, or receiving services under this title.
(B) RULE OF CONSTRUCTION.- Nothing in subparagraph (A) shall be construed to create a Federal prohibition against teachers and other school personnel consulting or sharing classroom-based observations with parents or guardians regarding a student’s academic and functional performance, or behavior in the classroom or school, or regarding the need for evaluation for special education or related services under paragraph (3).
Read Full IDEA Law click here:
-- See Part B (611-614). You can find easily by doing a Search for "Controlled".
*This Informed Consent Awareness Message is Provided to You by
Ablechild: Parents for Label and Drug Free Education (www.ablechild.org) &
Texans for Safe Education (www.wildestcolts.com) &
The Block Center (www.blockcenter.com ).
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