Cindy Hill: Deadlines Have Been Met

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Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill giving high fives to students of Meadowlark Elementary School during a Blue Ribbon Ceremony. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill giving high fives to students of Meadowlark Elementary School during a Blue Ribbon Ceremony. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill and the Wyoming Education Department have been under fire from an interim legislative committee that's recommending taking away some duties of the state school superintendent and the Education Department.

Last Wednesday, the Select Committee on Education Accountability recommended legislation that transfers a number of education accountability duties from the Wyoming Education Department to the state Board of Education. One of the provisions in the proposed legislation would mean that the superintendent would no longer be able to cast a vote on the board.

Much of the criticism comes from the committee alleging that Hill and the Education Department have not met certain deadlines in implementing education reform. Superintendent Hill was a guest on KROE'S Public Pulse Tuesday, where she stated that allegation is simply untrue.

During the interview, Host Kim Love posed this question to Superintendent Hill.

Click here to hear the complete interview with Superintendent Hill.

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