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2018 NCSS Board and Officer Election Results

Stefanie Wager
Stefanie Wager, social studies consultant for the Iowa Department of Education, has been elected vice-president of National Council for the Social Studies. Stefanie has taught high school social studies for Des Moines Public Schools and Dallas Center-Grimes Schools and worked at Instituto Thomas Jefferson in Naucalpan, Mexico. Stefanie has been involved in the Iowa Council for the Social Studies since 2010, first serving as co-chair for the Annual Conference, then vice-president, and most recently as president. She currently serves on the National Council for the Social Studies Board of Directors. Stefanie's term as vice-president begins July 1, 2018. In that role, she is in line to become president beginning July 1, 2020. 


NCSS members also elected four members to three-year terms on the Board of Directors starting July 1, 2018: Joe Feinberg, associate professor of social studies education at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia; Wesley Hedgepeth, teacher at Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, Virginia; Tracy Middleton, teacher at Hidden Valley Middle School in Escondido, California; and Chanda Robinson, secondary social studies consultant for Richland County School District One in Columbia, South Carolina.


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