Nation | Education

School Closings: How Administrations Decide

NPR | March 21, 2013 9 a.m.

Many parents and teachers in the nation’s cities are disappointed by a long list of school closings. But when enrollment is low and costs are high, administrators face tough decisions. Host Michel Martin speaks to the Chancellor of Washington D.C.’s public schools, Kaya Henderson, about how school systems weigh these difficult choices.

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