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Photos of Education Day U.S.A. ceremonies and the signings of the bill

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The Rebbe’s ambassador to Washington D.C., Rabbi Abraham Shemtov, addresses the crowd at an event in front of the White House organized by American Friends of Lubavitch, as President Carter and The Honorable Stuart E. Eizenstat, Chief Domestic Policy Adviser and the Executive Director of the White House Domestic Policy Staff, look on.


Vice President Walter F. Mondale addresses the inauguration event of Education Day U.S.A., in the House Caucus Room.


President Ronald Reagan signs the Education Day U.S.A. proclamation


President George H.W. Bush signs the Education Day U.S.A. proclamation, as the First Lady Barbra Bush and Rabbi Abraham Shemtov look on.


President Bill Clinton places a dollar bill in a charity box after receiving members of the American Friends of Lubavitch in the White House.


President George W. Bush speaks to Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis after signing the Education Day U.S.A. proclamation.

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To emphasize the vital role of education in society, the United States annually marks "Education and Sharing Day U.S.A." on the anniversary of the birth of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory, who dedicated his life to the cause of education.