I am disappointed in The Post’s coverage of Robin Anthony Toogood II and his faked educational credentials. Three times this topic appeared in the paper — twice in regular coverage [“Principal’s résumé allegedly full of lies,” Metro Aug. 13; “Principal’s woes stun colleagues,” Metro, Aug. 14], and once in the Aug. 16 “In case you missed it” section. Each time, given the gentleman’s last name, I waited in vain for some version of “too good to be true” to appear in the coverage. Unfortunately, this was not to be, but I am writing in the hopes that, the next time a story with a built-in punch line appears, The Post will not squander such a rare and wonderful gift.

Steven K. Wojcikiewicz, Silver Spring