Here is another example of the incompetence of the state charter school commission.  The following notice is from state department of education web site.

“The Alabama Public Charter School Commission will have a meeting on June 7, 2019, at 10 A.M. at the Gordon Persons Building and via teleconference. The purpose of the meeting is to vote on whether or not to approve a request by Woodland Prep.”    

So what is the request by Woodland Prep?  What is the room number for the meeting?  What phone number do you call to listen in?  There are only nine members presently on this commission.  The terms of five of them expired May 31.  Can they legally conduct business under these conditions?  Or should they conduct business knowing that some members may soon be replaced?

This is the kind of foolishness the good folks in Washington County have been dealing with for more than a year.  Is it any wonder they are sick and tired of it all?

And now the legislature says we need to have an appointed state school board.  Why?  So they can be as unprofessional as the appointed state charter school commission?