How Catholic schools must adapt to keep doors open
Clip: 09/24/2015 | 7m 57s
Today only about 2 million American students attend Catholic school, down from 5 million in the 1960s, due to a variety of social and economic reasons. Thousands of schools have closed as church leaders and educators struggled to make the finances work. The NewsHour's April Brown reports on how some have figured out how to keep the doors open and serve a new generation of students.
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