Rahn Dorsey is Boston’s first-ever Chief of Education. Mayor Walsh appointed him in September 2014. His charge is to set a strategic agenda for the city to improve the quality of instruction and student support across Boston’s educational ecosystem and better integrate school, community and work-based learning opportunities. As Chief of Education, Rahn collaborates with young people, parents, educators, K-12 and higher education leaders and nonprofit and private sector innovators to develop strategies that fully bring learning to life in Boston.
Educate Boston: The Future of Learning in the Hub
Join SPARK Boston + GA for a Chief Chat with Boston’s first Chief of Education Rahn Dorsey, BPL President David Leonard, + New Urban Mechanics’ Civic Research Director Kim Lucas.