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Movie review: On the Basis of Sex

A movie released on Christmas highlights an important case fought by Ruth Bader Ginsburg who now serves on the Supreme Court.

Half of IL’s worst schools are outside Chicago

Many IL schools labeled as "lowest performing" aren't in Chicago; they're in post-industrial areas like Rockford, Peoria, and Springfield.

Movie review: Mary Poppins Returns

The film is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious for the entire family, including some great songs and cameos, a student writes.

Movie review: Fahrenheit 11/9

The latest documentary from Michael Moore shows an America that is divided but also hopeful that the American Dream is not dead.

Movie review: Beautifully Broken

Lives are tied together in powerful ways, including teens in Nashville and Rwanda, in this latest Christian movie.

Movie review: Eighth Grade

The 8th-grade year is a tough one for suburban girls. This movie takes an honest but very tender and sensitive look at it.

Help wanted: Movie reviewer

Students who have opinions about movies: Apply to hone your writing skills, make a little money, and get some enjoyable entertainment.

Movie review: The Post

A movie written before Donald Trump was elected president reminds me a lot of him and takes a look at a free press Scotus ruling.

Movie preview: Passion to Teach

The US and the educational community are in a bitter struggle to decimate the public schools by turning them into profit-generating machines.

Movie review: Your Name

A new Japanese animé film reminds me of the whole voucher-privatization debate for public schools: an identity crisis.