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Cindy Hill Biography
Cindy Hill is one of the most popular and richest Golfer who was born on February 12, 1948 in Jackson, Wyoming, United States. With Hill not running for a second term as Superintendent, but having failed to challenge Mead for the Governor’s office in the last gubernatorial race, Jillian Balow, a former human services policy advisor to Governor Mead and an administrator for the Wyoming Department of Family Services was one of the few Republican to make an announcement about her bid for the position of superintendent. Balow didn’t decide whether Wyoming should be a part of Common Core or not. Common Core State Standards Initiative for science, but later declared her opposition to Common Core entirely. Balow’s opponent was Democrat, Michael A. Ceballos (born 1955) (born 1955), who was a Cheyenne businessman who was a supporter of Common Core. The job pays $92,000 per year. Balow beat Ceballos in the general election of November 4 in the general election with 60% of the votes.
At the time of 2010’s Republican primary, Hill unseated Jim McBride who was the incumbent director of the office. Hill was the winner in all 23 counties of the state. She got 47,111 votes against McBride’s 24,270 votes. The former superintendent Trent Blakenship received 13,989 votes along with Ted Adams, the former superintendent of Laramie County School District No. 1, came in last with 10,221 votes.
In August 2013, the special House committee investigating Hill said that it will need $110,000 to finance the probe. The panel asked Governor Mead if he can determine a way to provide Hill, his pending gubernatorial rival, with legal counsel. Depending on what is uncovered, the committee could recommend that the full House launch impeachment proceedings against Hill. Were impeachment approved, Hill would, upon conviction in the Wyoming Senate, be required to vacate her position. No deadline has been set for the committee to complete its work.
In July 2013, Hill was summoned to a meeting of key legislators to discuss an investigation into a further charge against her: that she may have misused federal funds while the administrator of her office. The investigation is requested by House Speaker Tom Lubnau, a Republican from Gillette in Campbell County in northeastern Wyoming. Hill contends that the House Rules Committee is biased against her because all of its members voted for the legislation to strip away her duties. Lubnau has pledged that the hearings into Hill’s conduct of the office will be conducted fairly.
The allegations against the superintendent are threats to employees of the department and the misuse of state funds. In her first meeting with employees in the latter part of 2010, she apparently requested that they “honor the new superintendent’s leadership,” that was viewed by some employees as the equivalent of an oath of loyalty. Hill has been accused of using money from special education to pay for regular teacher education sessions. The alleged incident occurred when she waved the cake knife during her birthday celebration and assured guests that she was not going to be victimized from her colleagues in the Wyoming State Legislature. Hill claims that employees who were dissident “broadly misunderstood” her departmental goals: “The inference that jobs were in jeopardy, or that the legislative mandates were to be subverted, or that the unwavering loyalty was the goal of such meetings is simply fantasy by a small group of people who seem to revel in intrigue,” Hill stated in response to accusations against her leadership.
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As superintendent, Hill had responsibility over the K-12 public school system prior to the reorganization which took place in 2013. Early in her administration, Hill closed the district office in Laramie, a move which affected twenty-nine employees, who would she indicated be given the option of working in the Cheyenne office. The Laramie office had handled assessment. Hill moved the focus of the state office in Cheyenne from data collection and compliance to federal guidelines instead to a concentration on the improvement of public instruction. She worked to establish partnerships with the school districts with the goal of mutual cooperation and collaboration. She sought to bring in teachers from a high-performing district to advise educators in areas where pupil reading scores need improvement. Critics contend that Hill’s new focus had led to confusion and workplace disenchantment.
Cindy Hill Net Worth
Cindy Hill is one of the richest Golfer from United States. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Cindy Hill's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)
Hill lives she lives in Cheyenne together with her partner, Drake D. Hill (born on the 6th of November 1962) who she was introduced to in her time at the University of Wyoming. The lawyer is at Beatty & Wozniak. Beatty & Wozniak firm and the former state chair for the Wyoming Republican Party. The couple is parents to one child, Andrew “Drew” Hill who graduated in 2010 from the University of Wyoming who was born in Laramie during the time that Drake was in law school.
Cynthia Jo Hill (born November 15 1962) is an American politician, a member of the Republican Party who served as the 21st Wyoming State Superintendent of Public Instruction, first elected on November 2, 2010 with the backing by members of the Tea Party movement.
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In January 2013, Governor Matt Mead signed legislation that stripped Hill of most of her official duties as Superintendent, on the grounds that she did not manage the department properly and created a “hostile workplace environment”; the changes for months rendered Hill as a mostly ceremonial political figure, until the Wyoming Supreme Court declared the law unconstitutional.
On April 21, 2014, Hill finally resumed her regular duties as superintendent. Crandall remained behind a few additional days to assist in the transition. Meanwhile, a legislative committee continues to investigate Hill’s former tenure as superintendent prior to her removal.
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Early in 2013, the Legislative Select Committee on Statewide Education Accountability approved draft bills to transfer the responsibilities, funding, and personnel from the superintendent’s office to the Wyoming State Board of Education, which assumed the requirement to finish the work on the design of the first phase of the educational accountability system. Under the plan, Hill also lost her right to vote on deliberations of the state board of education.
On January 28, 2014, the Wyoming Supreme Court in a three-to-two vote declared the law removing the duties of the superintendent and placing them into the hands of an appointed director conflicts with the Wyoming State Constitution. The ruling at first seemed to mean that Hill would resume her regular duties within two weeks. Written by Justice E. James Burke and supported by Michael K. Davis and Barton Voigt, the Supreme Court opinion said that while the legislature can legally adjust the powers of the superintendent, it cannot undermine the constitutional authority of the office itself over the general supervision of public schools. Governor Mead, meanwhile, through his appointed Attorney General Peter K. Michael, will appeal for a rehearing. The court could stay the return of Hill to her regular duties, pending the granting of any rehearing. The Supreme Court did not specifically address the status of Crandall’s director position whenever Hill resumes her duties.
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On March 6, 2014, Hill announced that she would attempt to resume her official duties on March 10, based on the Wyoming Supreme Court ruling thirty-seven days earlier. However, Governor Mead warned her not to disrupt the department and instead to wait on further rulings from a Laramie County state district court judge, Thomas Campbell. Hill maintains that Mead, who officially announced his reelection plans on March 11, is stalling the judicial waters to prevent her from returning to the superintendent’s post: “The time for waiting and deference are long since passed. I must resume my duties as required by the (Wyoming) Constitution.” As Mead had warned, Hill was at the time forbidden to return to her constitutional duties. Attorney General Peter Michael instructed Hill that she must await word from the district court before she can resume her duties. According to Michael, the district court will make a legally binding decision in the case, which the state Supreme Court failed to do when it declared the law stripping Hill of her duties to be unconstitutional. Meanwhile, Mead appointee Rich Crandall remains in charge of the state education department.
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After her demotion, Hill announced that she does not yield to politically expedient decisions and challenged Mead for re-nomination in the Republican gubernatorial primary held on August 19, 2014. She ultimately finished third in the primary with 12,443 votes (13 percent).