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Brighton school district tightens policy forbidding employees from recommending psychotropic drugs for students - 2011-06-08

F0.png Brighton school district tightens policy forbidding employees from recommending psychotropic drugs for students June 8, 2011, Monte Whaley, Denver Post

BRIGHTON — Brighton School District 27J says it has tightened existing policy forbidding teachers and administrators from recommending psychiatric drugs for students after a watchdog group complained.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Colorado — a nonprofit group founded by the Church of Scientology — claimed in May that the Brighton district's policy did not contain language prohibiting school personnel from recommending or requiring psychiatric drugs for any student.

Since 2003, the state has required school districts to include the prohibition in school policies, the group said.

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{{cite news | first = Monte | last = Whaley | title = Brighton school district tightens policy forbidding employees from recommending psychotropic drugs for students | url = https://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_18235144 | work = Denver Post | date = June 8, 2011 | accessdate = May 4, 2019 }}