Luke Rhine

Deputy Assistant Secretary

US Department of Education

Luke Rhine is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education with the United States Department of Education. Prior to joining the Biden-Harris Administration, Luke served as the Associate Secretary of Workforce Support for the Delaware Department of Education, overseeing the offices of career & technical education, higher education, educator excellence, and licensure & certification. Previously, Luke has worked at the Maryland State Department of Education and as a high school CTE teacher and middle school teacher. Luke has received several state and national awards for educational leadership, was a Fulbright scholar, and has served as an advisor to President Biden's education transition team and as a contributor to New York City Mayor Eric Adams's education transition team. Luke earned his bachelor's degree from California University of Pennsylvania and his master’s degree in education from Stockton University.