There will be “a change in leadership” at Boston Public Schools.

Superintendent Tommy Chang will leave his post, he and the mayor announced on Friday afternoon.

Chang has been in charge of the city’s schools for three years.

In a statement, Chang said he’s in “active negotiations with the Boston School Committee for a mutual parting of ways.”

Mayor Marty Walsh said in his own statement that after “several conversations with Tommy Chang about the future of Boston Public Schools, we have mutually agreed that there needs to be a change in leadership at BPS.”

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