JUAREZ, Tina. American, b. 1942. Genres: Education. Career: Austin Independent School District, Stephen F. Austin High School, Austin, TX, high school principal. University of Texas at Austin, Department of Educational Administration, Austin, TX, adjunct professor. Novelist. Publications: (ed. with J.A. Laska), Grading and Marking in American Schools: Two Centuries of Debate, 1992; Call No Man Master, 1995; South Wind Come, 1998. Contributor of articles on grading and assessment to educational journals. Address: 3208 Glenview, Austin, TX 78703, U.S.A.
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