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Tamar Nobel Clarke

Tamar Nobel Clarke, American school librarian. Named Outstanding Parent, Zeta Phi Beta, 1992. Advisory parent Brightwood Parent-Teachers Association, Washington, since 1990; advisory parent Prospect L.C. Parent-Teachers Association, since 1990, president, 1992-1993.

Background

  • Clarke, Tamar Nobel was born on May 24, 1950 in New York City. Daughter of Sidney and Deana (Jordan) Nobel.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in History, University Pittsburgh, 1971. Master of Library Science, University Pittsburgh, 1972. Master of Public Administration, American University, 1979.

    Career

    • Vista volunteer library Milwaukee Legal Services and F.A.C.T., Inc., 1972-1974. Government documents library United States Bureau Census, Washington, 1974-1979, social science analyst, 1980-1983. School library District of Columbia Public Schools, since 1989.

      Member State Advisory Panel on Special Education, 1989-1991, 92—. Vice president Learning Disabilities Association of District of Columbia, 1990-1992. Presenter workshops in field.

    Works

    • Author, editor articles on learning disabilities.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Jewish

    Membership

    Advisory parent Brightwood Parent-Teachers Association, Washington, since 1990. Advisory parent Prospect L.C. Parent-Teachers Association, since 1990, president, 1992-1993.

    Connections

    • Married Bruce Alan Clarke, September 2, 1979. Children: Emanuel, Sarah.
    • father: Sidney Nobel
    • mother: Deana (Jordan) Nobel
    • spouse: Bruce Alan Clarke
    • children: Emanuel Clarke
    • Sarah Clarke
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    Born March 24, 1950
    (age 66)
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    • 1971
      University Pittsburgh
    • 1972
      University Pittsburgh
    • 1979
      American University
    • 1972 - 1974
      Vista volume library Milwaukee Legal Services and F.A.C.T.
    • 1974 - 1979
      government documents library United States Bureau Census
      Washington, United States
    • 1989
      school library District of Columbia Public Schools

    Award