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Meeting with Your Congressional Representatives at their Home Office

Setting Up and Executing a Meeting with Your Congressional Representatives at their Home Office

Learn about your Members of Congress

Before setting up your visit, make use of the helpful links below to answer these questions:

Ask A Colleague

“Ask A Colleague” is an advice forum in which all NCSS members are invited to participate.

“Ask A Colleague” features questions submitted by members that are answered by one or more NCSS colleagues who have volunteered to share their expertise on this site.

We are eager to develop “Ask A Colleague” to encompass the full range of social studies subjects at each of the three levels—elementary, middle school, and high school. We invite members to contribute in any of the following ways.

  1. Ask a new question.

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