No, most schools are acting this manner for two reasons: 1.) Medicated children are compliant children. 2.) Chances are, most of the faculty & staff are taking psych meds. My sister in law is a teacher at a nationally recognized school for outstanding achievement & she’s the ONLY employee who isn’t on antidepressants. Educators totally believe in the medicated ’cause’. It was my son’s elementary school principal who convinced me to medicate my son in second grade. It was my husband’s physician who convinced him to take antidepressants for anxiety. Oddly enough, neither of them were available when our world fell apart. My kids are in high school now, a private one, and much like public school 80% of students are medicated. I assume the same is true for the staff.