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Marx, Eva


MARX, Eva. German. Genres: Medicine/Health, Education. Career: Joint Center for Urban Studies, Boston, MA, research assistant and assistant field supervisor, 1973-76; Judge Baker Guidance Center, Boston, administrative coordinator, 1976-79; Massachusetts Department of Social Services, Boston, senior program analyst with Office of Policy and Programs, 1980-81; Judge Baker Guidance Center, program coordinator for New England Resource Center for Children and Families, 1981-84; Education Development Center, Newton, MA, consultant, 1984-86, director of Project DARE Replication, 1986-88, director of Parent Aide Evaluation Project, 1988-89, associate director of project to incorporate information on HIV and smokeless tobacco into "growing health" and "teenage health" teaching modules, 1988-89, project coordinator for Comprehensive School Health Education Network, 1988-95, associate director of Center for School Health Programs, 1994-. Abt Associates Inc., analyst and interviewer, 1985; consultant to American Association of Retired Persons. Citizens for Economy in Government, district field coordinator in Boston, 1973-74. Publications: (ed. with S. Wooley and D. Northrop) Health Is Academic: A Guide to Coordinated School Health Programs, 1998; (co-author) Schools Face the Challenge of AIDS, HIV Education in the Classroom: A Guide to Help Trainers Prepare Teachers to Teach about HIV in the Context of Comprehensive School Health Education; Educating for Health: A Guide to Implementing a Comprehensive Approach to Health Education; Choosing the Tools: A Review of Selected K-12 Health Education Curricula. Address: Education Development Center, 55 Chapel St., Newton, MA 02458, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; [email protected]

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