Ohio Whistleblower Exposes Schools’ Alleged Hiring of Professionals to Promote Big Pharma Drugs to Children

An Ohio teacher has come forward anonymously to shed light on the alarming trend of professionals and social workers in schools being used to promote the use of Big Pharma drugs on children. The teacher, who has been in middle school education for 24 years, has expressed concern over the increasing pressure to medicate students, particularly those diagnosed with ADHD.

According to the anonymous teacher, the process of determining whether a child should be medicated involves filling out paperwork with questions from doctors that the teacher considers to be ridiculous. The teacher notes that these children are already going through natural chemical changes in their bodies due to their age, and adding psychiatric medications can have detrimental effects on their development.

An additional concern raised by the teacher is the growing number of psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers being added to school districts at all levels, from elementary to high school. The emphasis on bringing in social workers is seen as a move to gain parental trust in order to influence decisions related to signing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), listening to doctors, and starting children on medications.

An example was given of an IEP meeting where professionals, including psychologists, occupational therapists, intervention specialists, speech therapists, and behavioral health specialists, expressed concern about a student’s behavior. The professionals suggested medication to address the student’s fidgeting and hyperactivity, despite the parent’s clear reluctance due to past negative experiences with medications altering their child’s personality.

The teacher described how the professionals persisted in pressuring the parent to consider medication, using intimidation and fear tactics by referencing potential difficulties in high school if the student’s behavior wasn’t remedied. The teacher expressed worry that the continued pressure from school professionals would eventually wear down the parent’s resolve, as they trust the professionals’ expertise and judgement.

The teacher emphasized witnessing countless similar situations over the years, where parents eventually succumb to the relentless push from school professionals and agree to medicate their children against their better judgement. The fear is that parents, ultimately overwhelmed by the pressure and trusting the professionals, will give in and agree to medications that may not be in the best interest of their children’s well-being.

This eye-opening account from the Ohio teacher highlights the prevalence of professionals and social workers in schools being leveraged to influence parents’ decisions regarding their children’s medication and treatment. The teacher’s concerns serve as a sobering reminder of the importance of advocating for the best interests of children in the face of increasing pressure from educational and medical professionals.


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