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NCH WASHINGTON UPDATE (Vol. 12, #14; 31 March 2006)
by Bruce Craig (editor)
NATIONAL COALITION FOR HISTORY (NCH)
Website at: http://www.h-net.org/~nch/
***********************************************************************

1. HOUSE APPROVES HIGHER EDUCATION REAUTHORIZATION
2. NCH CALLS FOR NARA OVERSIGHT HEARING
3. NEH "DEAR COLLEAGUE" LETTER "SIGN-ON" EFFORT DEADLINE IS TODAY!
4. GRACELAND GIVEN LANDMARK STATUS
5. BITS AND BYTES: Archivists May Day Call to Action!; DOE Report on 
"inadvertent releases"; History
Teacher Nominations
6. ARTICLES OF INTEREST: "America's National Parks: No Longer Ad-Free 
Zones" (Christian Science
Monitor)

1. HOUSE APPROVES HIGHER EDUCATION REAUTHORIZATION
After several days of active debate, on 30 March 2006, the House of 
Representatives concluded over three
years of work and approved its version of the College Access and 
Opportunity Act (H.R. 609), legislation
that serves as the House vehicle for a reauthorization of the Higher 
Education Act of 1965 (HEA).

The HEA reauthorization was approved by the House by a largely partisan 
vote of 221 to 199. In order to get the bill
passed, lawmakers removed a controversial provision in the original 
bill that would have altered the formula
the government uses to distribute funds to colleges and universities 
student aid programs (for example, the
Federal Work-Study and the Perkins Loan programs). Lawmakers also 
significantly weakened
provisions designed to prod colleges to curb tuition and related fee 
increases.

Several proposed amendments advanced by Democrats were defeated, 
including an amendment designed
to lower interest rates that borrowers are charged on student loans. A 
Republican sponsored amendment
that would have required colleges to submit to the Education Department 
a report on how colleges take
"race" into account when making admissions decisions also went down to 
defeat.

While the Senate version of the HEA reauthorization contains a 
provision that seeks to award three-year
grants to institutions to establish or strengthen post-secondary 
academic programs focusing on Western
civilization and American history, the House bill contains no similar 
program authorization.

2. NCH CALLS FOR NARA OVERSIGHT HEARING
On 22 March 2006, the National Coalition for History hand-delivered a 
letter to Senate Homeland Security
and Governmental Affairs Committee Chair Susan M. Collins renewing the 
history coalition's previous
requests for the Senate to conduct general oversight hearings on the 
management, programs, and activities
of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

Both before and following the confirmation of Archivist of the United 
States Allen Weinstein last year, the
coalition advanced to Collins's committee a request that a general 
oversight hearing be conducted. With
the exception of Weinstein's hour-long confirmation hearing, it has now 
been over a decade since the
Senate paid any attention to the operating programs under NARA's 
administration and jurisdiction. During
his confirmation hearing, Weinstein welcomed the opportunity for the 
Senate to scrutinize NARA's program
and, according to inside NARA sources, his attitude has not changed 
since then.

The letter, signed by NCH President Arnita Jones, points out a number 
of issues that make a Senate
hearing at this time especially timely. Added to the list of concerns 
mentioned in earlier requests -- i.e.
concern over stolen documents, and improperly handled documents by high 
government officials (most
recently National Security Advisor Sandy Berger) -- the letter notes 
the need for Senate investigation into
the alarming "secret" reclassification program that the Archivist 
recently ordered a moratorium on pending
completion of an ISOO audit. The letter also points out the need for a 
progress report and a discussion of
the long terms needs of the Electronic Records Archives project; 
discussion of administrative aspects of
the Presidential Library system (including the recent agreement between 
NARA and the Nixon Library
foundation); the need for scrutiny over the implementation of the 
Presidential Records Act; as well as the
need to consider a proposal for a higher authorization for the National 
Historical Publications and Records
Commission (NHPRC). All these, the letter states, are deserving of 
Senate's "scrutiny and serious
consideration."

NCH staff anticipate meeting with Senate staff on the letter in the 
near future.

3. NEH "DEAR COLLEAGUE" LETTER "SIGN-ON" EFFORT DEADLINE IS TODAY!
Once again this year many National Coalition for History member 
organizations are supporting an effort by
Congress to obtain a higher appropriation than the one advanced by 
President Bush for the National Endowment
for the Humanities (NEH). One way supporters of the NEH may assist in 
this effort is to urge their members of
Congress to "sign on" to the "Dear Colleague" letter being circulated 
by Rep. Jim Leach (R-IA) and David
Price (D-NC) supporting a $15 million increase for NEH in FY 2007. The 
deadline for members to sign-on
to the joint letter has been extended to this Friday, March 31.

There are currently 78 signatures. The goal of humanities supporters is 
to meet or exceed last year's list of
110 Members.

The National Humanities Alliance has posted a draft message for readers 
who wish to communicate this
request to members of Congress at the Humanities Advocacy Network 
website:
<http://www.humanitiesadvocacy.org/action_ctr.html>. All members of 
Congress can also be reached by
phone through the Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121.

According to Jessica Jones Irons, Executive Director of the National 
Humanities Alliance, "A large number
of signatures on the Dear Colleague letter, particularly if they 
represent both sides of the aisle, will send a
very important message to the leadership of the House Interior 
Appropriations Subcommittee as they begin
to work on the mark-up of the FY2007 spending bill."

To sign on to the letter, Congressional offices should be informed of 
the need to contact Naomi Zeff with
Rep. James Leach (R-IA) at (202) 225-6576, or Susan Howard with Rep. 
David Price (D-NC), at (202) 225-
1784. Remember -- the deadline to sign the letter is TODAY Friday, 31 
March.

4. GRACELAND GIVEN LANDMARK STATUS
The Federal government has now granted Elvis Presley's home -- 
Graceland mansion -- National Historic
Landmark status. The designation was announced 27 March during a 
ceremony at the 14-acre estate in
Memphis, Tennessee.

The designation declaration was made by the Secretary of the Interior, 
the federal official empowered to
make such declarations. Secretary Gail A Norton said, "In recognition 
of Elvis Presley's
achievements and contributions to American culture and musical history, 
today we designate his home,
Graceland as a national historic landmark." In attendance was Presley's 
former wife Priscilla Presley, and
Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of the "King of Rock 'n' Roll."

According to Priscilla Presley, Graceland "was a tangible symbol of how 
far he [Elvis Presley] had come from
his very humble beginnings." The home is a currently a museum where 
Elvis fans flock to learn about the
life and career and exhibits of Elvis's personal mementoes and 
clothing.

5. BITS AND BYTES
Item #1 -- Archivists May Day Call to Action!: As part of its "Save Our 
Archives" campaign, the Society of
American Archivists has issued a "Call to Action" in which on May Day 
(1 May) individuals and
organizations are being urged to take action to advance efforts 
relating to emergency response planning.
For more information on this May Day event, visit the SAA site at:
http://www.archivists.org/mayday/MayDayActivityList.pdf .

Item #2 -- DOE Report on "inadvertent releases": The Department of 
Energy has released a redacted version
of its twentieth report on inadvertent releases of classified nuclear 
weapons information found in declassified
records at the National Archives. Upon examination of nearly 300,000 
pages of public records, DoE
reviewers found a grand total of 47 pages which they said should not 
have been released. The documents
had been embedded in over a thousand pages of records, all of which 
were removed from public access.
Thanks to the Federation of American Scientists, the report can be 
found at:
http://www.fas.org/sgp/othergov/doe/inadvertent20.pdf

Item #3 -- History Teacher Nominations: Know a great history teacher? 
Nominate him or her for the Gilder
Lehrman Institute's "History Teacher of the Year" contest. For more 
information, visit:
http://www.gilderlehrman.org/teachers/student8.html .

6. ARTICLES OF INTEREST:
One posting this week: In Mark Clayton's "America's National Parks: No 
Longer Ad-Free Zones" (Christian
Science Monitor; 31 March 2006) there is a discussion over the 
controversy that has erupted over a
National Park Service plan to let corporate donors display their names 
and logos at national parks and
historic sites throughout the nation. For the article go to: 
http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0331/p04s01_
ussc.html?s=hns .

*********************************
Who We Are...
The National Coalition for History (NCH) is a nonprofit educational 
organization that provides leadership in
history related advocacy; it serves as the profession's national voice 
in the promotion of history and
archives, and acts as a clearinghouse of news and information of 
interest to history related professionals.
Membership in the history coalition is open to organizations that share 
our concern for history and archives.
For information on how your history/archive organization can become a 
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