At some point we’ve all played the parlor game when someone tells the person next to them something, then they tell the next and so on until the last person relates what they heard.  Often we are amazed at what gets lost in the telling.

I could not help but think of this as I read articles by Josh Moon of Alabama Political Reporter and Trish Crain of and how each reported what took place Friday, June 7 when the state charter school commission met and approved a one year extension of the opening of Woodland Prep in Washington County.

I know both Josh and Trish and call them friends.  And because of this, I make no editorial comment about what each wrote.  You can read each article and reach your own conclusions.

Read the article here.  And the Alabama Political Reporter article here.