Why Detroit's teachers are 'sick' of inadequate schools

Aired: 2/9/2016 | 0:08:32 | Clip
Detroit's public schools have been in financial decline for more than a decade as their enrollment plummeted. Now on the brink of insolvency, the district is confronted with decrepit buildings, a chronic lack of resources and fed up teachers who have staged "sick-outs" in protest of the conditions. The NewsHour’s April Brown reports.