Mr. Brian Regan
Mr. Brian Regan is a mathematics expert. He has been a dedicated educator for over 30 years and began his career teaching math and science in the Boston Public Schools. Since then, he has also worked in Acton, Massachusetts. Throughout his tenure, he has served as a curriculum leader in the areas of language, arts, and mathematics.
It was in Acton that he met his wonderful wife, Stacey, a fellow educator. In 1998, Mr. Regan began teaching in the Mathematics department at Austin Preparatory School and has had the privilege of teaching there for the past 23 years, primarily as a middle school teacher.
Mr. Regan and his wife, Stacey, are the proud owners of Learn and Play preschool in Acton, Massachusetts. While it began as a small in-home daycare, it quickly grew into its current location in 2004 at 245 Main Street in Acton. With over 50 families enrolled in the school, it is flourishing now more than ever! Brian remains happily married and is the proud father of four children, Dylan, Marliyn, Jillian, and Evan. Furthermore, after 30 years as an educator, he still has the passion and love to help students achieve their educational goals!
Dr. Glen McKay
Dr. Glen McKay has had a long career in education dating back to 1997. Dr. McKay has served in various roles in public schools, as well as in higher education. Within all of these roles, he has always focused on the needs of individual learners.
This professional is currently in his 16th year as a school principal. Prior to becoming a principal, he has had many leadership experiences, including educational diagnostician, special education teacher (PreK through grade 12), evaluation team leader, consulting teacher, and instructional coach. Even with these amazing experiences, he will always be a teacher at heart!
His educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Special Education, a second Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, and a Doctorate of Educational Leadership (Curriculum, Teaching, Leadership, and Learning) from Northeastern University. As such, Dr. McKay has proven to be a lifelong learner and continues to make gains educationally and professionally.
Dr. McKay has been a practicing professor for over seventeen years, teaching a wide array of special education courses within the areas of special education, as well as educational leadership.