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The annual observance rewards Clark County School District teachers with lavish gifts, prize money and an elegant ceremony for their hard work positively affecting students’ lives.

‘Academy Awards’ of Las Vegas education to honor CCSD impact-makers

April 23rd, 2017

The annual observance rewards Clark County School District teachers with lavish gifts, prize money and an elegant ceremony for their hard work positively affecting students’ lives.

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  • Also catch RebFest at UNLV and The Art of Murder at Theatre in the Valley.

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  • Colossal taps into the universal secret conviction that one’s most trivial actions are somehow world-consequential.

  • Katherine Heigl’s go-for-broke turn might open up some new possibilities for her as a supervillain.

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  • Not only does author Laura Kipnis criticize the secretive, pseudo-judicial Title IX process, she also critiques the assumptions behind “rape culture” on campuses.

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