Parents occupy school over lack of libraries
| Nov 10, 2010
Nearly one in four Chicago public elementary schools and more than 50 high schools don't have staffed, in-school libraries. Parents at one school were so incensed, they occupied a school building for more than a month to pressure city officials to add one. School officials say they value libraries, but in an era of tight budgets, libraries often lose out to other priorities. Listen to the story on NPR by Cheryl Corley.