H. Res. 574, recently introduced in the House of Representatives, would, if adopted, express the House's support for "teaching climate change in public and private schools at all grade levels."
The resolution observes that "there is a broad consensus among climate scientists that the human activities contributing to increases in greenhouse gas emissions are the dominant cause of climate change," that a large majority of parents and teachers think that climate change should be taught in the schools, and that professional organizations of science teachers have "called for greater support for science educators in teaching climate science and climate change." NCSE is mentioned in the resolution, as a source for the claim that "37 States and the District of Columbia recognize human-caused climate change in their science education standards": note, however, that the correct figure is 36.
Sponsored by Barbara Lee (D-California) along with eighteen of her colleagues in the House on September 20, 2019, the resolution was referred to the House Committee on Education and Labor.