The Chicago Board of Education plans to close 54 schools, citing a $1 billion deficit and under-enrollment. Critics say this move will disrupt communities and put kids in danger. For both sides of the debate, PBS NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown talks with School Board vice president Jesse Ruiz and Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union. Watch the video below. Click here to listen to the audio and read the full transcript. And watch Chicago Tonight's interview with CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett here.