National Education and Sharing Day is a day that was made to honor Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902 – 1994).  This honors his efforts for education and sharing for Jews and non-Jews alike.  During his lifetime, the Rabbi opened many centers of education. These centers were called “Chabad Houses.” This year is the 111th anniversary of the birth of the Rebbe.

“We also know that learning does not stop when students leave the classroom. Whether at the dinner table or on the field, it is our task as parents, teachers, and mentors to make sure our children grow up practicing the values we preach. We have an obligation to instill in them the virtues that define our national character — honesty and independence, drive and discipline, courage and compassion.” - President Barack Obama

The increase statewide is slight — 80.2 percent of New York students graduated last June compared to 79.7 percent the year before, according to Timesunion.  The children are definitely our future, in today's world being aware "stay woke" and education is the strongest weapon you can carry and supple for you and your family.  For free tutoring in the Capital Region click on the link https://www.yellowpages.com/albany-ny/free-tutoring