To emphasize the vital role of education in society and to encourage its citizens to focus on moral education, the United States annually marks “Education and Sharing Day USA.”

Beginning with President Carter onward, this collective and individual responsibility to education is proclaimed each year on the date that corresponds to the 11th day of the Jewish month of Nissan (four days before Passover), anniversary of birth of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory. This is done in respect to the Rebbe’s tireless work spearheading this national focus on education, along with the towering personal example his life and teachings provide to direct and apply this educational emphasis.

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Arkansas (Gov. Asa Hutchinson)

California (Congress)

California (Gov. Gavin Newsom)

Colorado (Gov. Jared Polis)

Hawaii (Gov. David I. Ige)

Idaho (Gov. Brad Little)

Illinois (Gov. J.B. Pritzker)

Kentucky (Gov. Matthew G. Bevin)

Louisiana (Gov. John Bel Edwards)

Massachusetts (Gov. Charles D. Baker)

Michigan (Gov. Grethcen Whitmer)

Nebraska (Gov. Pete Ricketts)

New Hampshire (Gov. Christopher T. Sununu)

New Jersey (Gov. Philip D. Murphy)

New Mexico (Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham)

North Carolina (Gov. Roy Cooper)

North Dakota (Gov. Doug Burgum)

New York (State Assembly)

New York (Congress)

Ohio (Gov. Mike DeWine)

Oregon (Gov. Kate Brown)

Pennsylvania (Gov. Tom Wolf)

Utah (Gov. Gary R. Herbert)

Vermont (Gov. Philip B. Scott)

Washington (Gov. Jay Inslee)

West Virginia (Gov. Jim Justice)

Wisconsin (Gov. Tony Evers)

Wyoming (Gov. Mark Gordon)