Dr. Stephen Tracy is a lifelong public school educator and an advocate for parent choice in education. He has served as superintendent of schools for the town of New Milford, the city of Derby, and the Connecticut Department of Children and Families, and as a senior vice president for Edison Schools. Prior to that, he taught American History with the Lakeland, New York, public schools and served as assistant superintendent of schools in Farmington, Connecticut.
Dr. Tracy received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University, his master’s degree from Columbia University and his doctorate from Harvard University. He is a member of the boards of directors of Ability Beyond, Healing the Children Northeast and the Danbury Prospect Charter School. He and his wife, Mary, manage a small dairy farm in Goshen, Connecticut, where they have resided since 2004. They have three adult sons.