Parents protest possible school closures in Camden

Shrinking enrollment and dwindling funds blamed for potential closures

Major funding problems and more could lead to some Camden city schools closing their doors, sending students miles away and across town to other schools. Superintendent Katrina McCombs has said the district is fighting to avoid that, but acknowledges that closures may be inevitable.

Correspondent Raven Santana reports on the school district’s financial problems and why parents and advocates feel blindsided by the proposal.