Fairfax Schools Knew of, Treated Cho's Disorder

According to this article from today's front page, educators from Fairfax County Public Schools had recognized and responded to Virginia Tech shooter Seung Hui Cho's anxiety disorder while he was a student here, but were forbidden by privacy laws from passing that information on to the University. Only his parent or Cho himself could have let University officials know about his problem.

By Focus on Fairfax |  August 27, 2007; 10:55 AM ET  | Category:  Colleges and Universities , Health Care, Hospitals , People , Public Safety , Schools
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