As a researcher, Regan is working on the Ready to Learn and Sesame Learning Evaluation projects, where she draws upon her experience working as an educator providing individualized early-childhood education and special-education services to young children in school-, community-, and home-based settings. As a part of these projects, she is interested in exploring the impact of media and technology on early-childhood education and learning.
In her role as CCT finance assistant, Regan uses the finance, administrative, and managerial experience she acquired as the business manager of a private school for children with autism and other related neurological disabilities.
Regan received her Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature & Rhetoric from Binghamton University, and her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education (Birth–Grade 2) from Hunter College.
SELECT EXTERNAL WRITING