Turahn Dorsey, Mayor Martin Walsh’s chief of education, has announced he is leaving the position he has held since 2014.

During his four years in City Hall, Dorsey spearheaded efforts to redesign high schools, implement a new enrollment system that would simultaneously sign students up for charter and district schools, and launch the Walsh administration’s BuildBPS initiative.

“It has been an honor to serve the Walsh administration and, more importantly, Boston’s young people, educators and families,” said Dorsey in the statement to news media. “I look forward to supporting efforts to guarantee all of Boston’s children and youth the futures they deserve in both professional and volunteer capacities moving forward.”

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