Chicago Principal Challenges School System

A Chicago high school principal was fired when he refused to accept additional students in his already overcrowded school. The school district says he didn't have the right to do that. The principal says huge classrooms are bursting with students, and education is suffering as a result.

Chicago Public Radio's Shawn Allee reports.

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