Educating future leaders of tomorrow about how government works is not only one of the most important functions of my job as a United States Representative, but one that gives me the most pleasure and satisfaction. Here you will find links to website and information for students of all ages to learn about our government and our history.
With Ben Franklin as your guide, this website provides learning tools and resources on the three branches of the federal government for students, parents and teachers. Learn more.
At the White House 101 page, kids of all ages can explore the history of the White House and learn interesting facts about the 44 presidents and their families that have occupied 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Learn more.
The official kids page of the U.S. House of Representatives, Kids in the House provides educational and entertaining information about the legislative branch of the United States government to students of all ages. Learn more.
Learn about the history and procedures of the United States Supreme Court, including its traditions, its members and historical information about the Supreme Court building. Learn more.
The official kids portal for the U.S. government, on this website you can learn about how government works, find resources for homework, and participate in fun games and activities. Learn more.
Explore the vast collection of books and resources at the Library of Congress. Learn more.
Brought to you by the Foundation for the National Archives, DocsTeach is a great resource that combines primary source content with the latest interactive capabilities of the Internet. Learn more.
Led by Herman, the websites spokescrab, FEMA for Kids teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage. You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid. Learn more.