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Conn. Bill to Require Homeschoolers to Undergo Behavioral Health Assessments... deems that a child is a threat to himself or someone else

 
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Conn. Bill to Require Homeschoolers to Undergo Behavioral Health Assessments... deems that a child is a threat to himself or someone else
A controversial bill requiring behavioral health assessments of all home-schooled and public school educated children has been introduced in Connecticut.
State Sen. Toni Harp (D-New Haven) and Rep. Toni Walker (D-New Haven) have introduced Bill 374 to the Connecticut General Assembly. The bill aims to "provide behavioral health assessments to children" and states the following:
"That section 10-206 of the general statutes be amended to require (1) each pupil enrolled in public school at grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 and each home-schooled child at ages 12, 14 and 17 to have a confidential behavioral health assessment, the results of which shall be disclosed only to the child's parent or guardian, and (2) each health care provider performing a child's behavioral health assessment to complete the appropriate form supplied by the State Board of Education verifying that the child has received the assessment

Black added that if the health care provider conducting the behavioral assessment deems that a child is a threat to himself or someone else, there would be a "duty imposed on the person doing the assessment to inform someone – not necessarily under this bill, but by some other means."
This leads to the potential impact the legislation would have on parental rights as well as the child's rights. Not only it is unspecified as to what health care provider would be conducting the assessment – the state or the child's pediatrician or general practitioner – but by the fact that the behavioral assessments "would be conducted even though there was no indication whatsoever that these children had a behavioral problem

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