The city’s first-ever education chief, Rahn Dorsey, has left his position amid Boston Public Schools’ search for a new superintendent, putting into question the future leadership direction of the city’s school system.

Dorsey, who came on in 2014 from the philanthropic world as a former director at the Barr Foundation, was seen as a bridge between public schools, charter and parochial schools. He was often behind many major initiatives like the city’s plan to expand pre-kindergarten, the 10-year BuildBPS plan and the failed universal enrollment system. He left his position Wednesday.

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