Illinois School Cuts Principal's Position to Save Costs

In an effort to save the district money, Illinois' Mundelein High School eliminates the principal's job and other administrative positions. Superintendent Stan Fields says other school officials can take over the principal's duties, but the state's principals association questions the lack of leadership. Hear NPR's Cheryl Corley.

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