The Resonance Test 1: Rhan Dorsey


A Conversation About Innovation with Boston's Chief of Education

The Resonance Test 1: Rahn Dorsey

August 6, 2016
by Ken GordonAugusta Meill

In the inaugural edition of The Resonance Test podcast, we talk with Rahn Dorsey, the City of Boston’s Chief of Education, whom the Boston Globe called “the mayor’s eyes and ears for city schools.” In this episode, Augusta Meill asks how Dorsey and Continuum partnered to work on the High School Redesign project, the purpose of test scores in education, and how design thinking can change, and possibly improve, government. A livelier podcast on Boston education you’re not likely to find.

Host: Pete Chapin
Editor: Kyp Pilalas
Producer: Ken Gordon

The Resonance Test 1: Rahn Dorsey by Continuum
filed in: education, Design Thinking

About the Author

  • Ken Gordon
    Ken Gordon
    Principal Communications Specialist

    Ken makes EPAM Continuum’s work visible to the necessary people. He creates superlative content, works with colleagues to do the same, and employs social networks to share it widely.

    A card-carrying humanist, Ken co-founded QuickMuse, the improvisational writing website, and JEDLAB, the Jewish education community. He has written for, the New York Times, and many other pubs.

    Ken has an English degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and an MA in English from the State University of New York at Albany. He framed both diplomas long ago, but can’t seem to find them now—a fact he considers all-too-human.