Holography is a Nobel Prize winning invention. It incorporates many basic scientific principles as well as artistic and technical applications. As such, it needs to be brought to the attention, understanding, and appreciation of the general public in a coordinated manner. In particular, we believe that one of the greatest contributions made by holography to date have been its educational values in promoting and motivating interest in science. Herein we describe a nationwide effort over the last decade to bring holography to the public in general, and to the classrooms in particular.