Yesterday I wrote about the decision to approve a Gulen charter school in rural Washington County by the Alabama Charter School Commission, despite the fact that the state paid the National Association of Charter School Authorizers to review the proposal and they turned it down. There is little or no demand in the county, which has good public schools, for a charter. The CEO of the charter plans to pay himself $300,000 a year to run a school for 240 students, plus a commission on other sources of income.

The good news is that Mark Hall will bring his film “Killing Ed” about the Gulen schools to Washington County, Alabama, on April 29 for a screening.

At least the public will find out what is coming their way.

You should see it too.