Alycia Rhinehart

In Alycia Rhinehart’s role at the NYC Department of Education, she supervises the newest early childhood education administrators who support superintendents in districts in Manhattan and Brooklyn and supports workforce development initiatives. In her previous role as program administrator/borough director for the Manhattan/Bronx Office of Early Childhood Education, she led the professional staff’s instructional and curriculum support initiatives in Universal Per-Kindergarten, Pre-K for All, and 3-K for All in New York City Early Education Centers, district schools, and charter schools throughout the boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx. The range of student populations she has taught includes early childhood, elementary school, and modified instructional services classrooms in middle school for students with emotional challenges, learning disabilities, and/or pervasive developmental disorders. Rhinehart is also an adjunct faculty member at the City University of New York – City College.

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Meeting the needs of our youngest learners

By Abby Morales, Alycia Rhinehart, Tabatha Rosproy and Michelle Elia | August 13, 2020

Socially distanced classrooms present their own challenges for children who are still developing self-regulation and social skills. This webinar will share strategies for teaching young learners (preschool to grade 2) in ways that address their academic, social, and emotional development during the pandemic.