Baghdad school system struggling as pupils resume studies

With security on the mend and violence ebbing as Iraq staggers to its feet following the 2003 US-led invasion that ousted Saddam Hussein, more schoolchildren have returned to classrooms. But that has overwhelmed the poorly-funded and long-neglected state schools, driving parents to one of the few dozen private schools that did not exist under Saddam but are now springing up in Baghdad and other parts of the war-torn country. Duration: 01:43.