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Chicago school closings largest ever

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After months of heated argument Chicago’s school board has decided to close 49-elementary school and one high school—The biggest mass public school closing ever in this country. Now thousands of families are looking at the prospect of sending small children out of their neighborhoods to unfamiliar schools, something the city maintains, can’t be helped. NBC'S Kevin Tibbles reports.