Kaya Henderson, chancellor of DC’s public school system since 2010, will step down from her position later this year. Many have praised her for her efforts to reform schools and to build a system that can continue reform, but there is quite a bit of criticism of her tenure too. (WAMU)
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says he’ll keep fighting the General Assembly for more road funding. The General Assembly recently passed a bill, and overturned the governor’s veto on it, that calls for the state to grade transportation projects before funding them. (WBJ)
As part of the current push for DC statehood, a commission settled on the name New Columbia for the state. It has a history, but many are not fond of the moniker. (Post)
Flow or foe?
A new Google service, Flow, combines Google Maps and Google Street View to make parking easier and more lucrative for city governments, and to push low-income transit users to ride hailing services. (Guardian)