In post-Katrina New Orleans, the education landscape has been rebuilt almost as dramatically as the city itself. There are 88 public schools currently open in the city, but most of the city's 35,000 students attend charter schools; the Big Easy has become the first city in the nation to have more charter schools than traditional schools. The change seems to be doing well by the students, as test scores are rising. On Thursday, President Obama and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will travel to New Orleans to visit one of the new schools. To find out more about the charter school revolution, we speak to Benjamin Marcovit, the principal of the one-year-old charter school Sci Academy, and Luis Miron, dean of the College of Social Sciences at Loyola University in New Orleans.