Update (Dec. 10, 2018):
NCSS Elections are open! All NCSS members in good standing should have received an email about voting for NCSS officers. Voting is open from Dec. 10, 2018 to Jan. 22, 2019.
Please vote! Your voice is important in determining the future of NCSS. Additionally, whoever is elected Vice President will serve as President in 2021, when the NCSS conference is in Minneapolis.
Specific social studies funding is included in the education bill (Sections 2231, 2232, and 2233) that was negotiated in conference, between the House and the Senate. Contact information for members of Congress is listed below.
Department of Education ESSA website
Every Student Succeeds Act (passed December 2015)
Senate version, "Every Child Achieves Act" (passed July 2015)
House version, "Student Success Act" (passed July 2015)
1st District -- Rep. Tim Walz
2nd District -- Rep. Jason Lewis
3rd District -- Rep. Erik Paulsen
4th District -- Rep. Betty McCollum
5th District -- Rep. Keith Ellison
6th District -- Rep. Tom Emmer
7th District -- Rep. Collin Peterson
8th District -- Rep. Rick Nolan
Who is my Representative?
Visit the House of Representatives website and enter your zip code.