Some neighborhood high schools in poorer areas of Chicago are struggling to survive. We look at how the city's school-choice system is playing a role. 

We hear how two organizations are working to expand minority enrollment in top high schools and colleges.

As Chicago Public Schools get back to business following the strike, many still face daunting challenges -- including a staggering dropout rate in some high schools. One recent dropout tells us why he felt he couldn't stay in school.

Steffani Robinson

It's called "Project Soapbox." High school students from around the city compete in a public speaking competition. We take you to an early round.