According to an article by Jeff Raymond and Bryan Dean, reporter for The Oklahoman:
Prater said the language on the board's agenda Monday regarding the executive session did not spell out that board members were discussing Porter as required by an attorney general's opinion. . . . .[The Oklahoman, 12 Jan. 2008]
Prater said Monday's meeting more closely met the definition of a special meeting, which requires 48 hours' notice.
"I don't think this action rose to the level of a criminal violation regarding any attempt to conceal or hide the action the board was trying to do at that time,” Prater said.
As I said earlier, I trust David Prater implicitly. If he feels this is a technicality, then that settles it for me.
School board affirms Porter action