Wyoming Governor Matt Mead's office released the inquiry team report this week regarding the Wyoming Department of Education. The report listed a number complaints and concerns about how the agency has been run under State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.
Superintendent Hill was a guest on KROE'S Public Pulse program Tuesday, where she of course talked about a number of issues in regard to education. While her appearance was prior to the Governor's report being released, Hill did comment on how the education system is changing statewide and nationally.
Since the inquiry was released, an Associated Press report out of Cheyenne indicates that there's been talk amongst state lawmakers that impeaching Hill is being proposed. The AP story states that House Speaker Tom Lubnau, of Gillette, said it's premature to talk impeachment but it can't be ruled out. It goes on to say that Lubnau will gauge sentiment among representatives before making any decision on whether to consider impeachment proceedings.