A little girl was back in a school she loves in Schaumburg, Illinois, last week, but only after a federal judge said it was OK for her to bring her prescription medication with her.
‘It’s a new frontier. The rush is happening whether we like it or not,’ says instructor.
School’s in session and cannabis is on the syllabus.
School districts are in a quandary over students who use medical marijuana, with some fearing that any help they offer could land them in jail.
McMaster says it worried grad student Halima Hatimy didn’t understand the risks.
Fresh claims about the pediatric use of marijuana have prompted some schools to examine or even change policy on student use.
As more states allow for the use of medical marijuana, the University of Vermont is offering a course in the science of the drug — and the professors say they are challenged by a lack of research on what has long been a taboo topic.
“I know there are so many kids in this state and across the country who can benefit from this.”
Starting in 2017, high school graduates in one Colorado county will be able to turn to a college scholarship funded by marijuana tax.
The controversial substance abuse prevention group D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) appeared to have made a surprisingly progressive change in its ideology Monday when it published a letter to the editor endorsing marijuana legalization.