In the recent development, it has been seen that the children who all are registering for the school in Florida from this year are said to be asked to reveal along with some of the histories which are all about the mental health.
There is the new requirement which is said to be the part of the law that is rushed through the state legislature which is after February. It shoots at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. When it comes to the registration forms which is for new students. The state’s school districts now have got with a new child who has ever been referred to as the mental health services.
According to Laura Goodhue, who has got a 9-year-old son on the autism spectrum along with a 10-year-old son who has been going to a psychologist said that if anybody says a Yes about my child that they are to the counsellor or even a therapist or even a psychologist. Then after this, what you will do by the school after that. She added by saying that this might be the biggest flag and it is all shared with the story along with a couple of friends.
Goodhue said that she is worried that if the child mental health history becomes the part of the school records, then it may hold against them.
She also said that if the child was on the playground and at that moment if anything happened with the child. Then they will think that this child is undergoing a mental health service which means that this might have happened due to this.
This thing is there since ages, but it is said to be overlooked by the parents who all are starting to fill the school registration forms from this summer. It was said that there is one sentence in the 105 page school safety bill which has contained with some controversial measures which are done by increasing the minimum age to buy a gun as well as arming the school employees.
Now parents seem to express their concerns about the information that could have fallen to the wrong hands. This may then lead to follow the children throughout the education, as said by Alisa LaPolt, who is the executive director of the Florida Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.