Hill said that the professional development offered by the Education Department was appropriate and required by law. She added that the department was always transparent in its reporting to the Legislature.
In regard to issues of financial mismanagement within the department, Hill said that people were paid for the work they did and that finances were managed correctly.
"This report must be seen for what it is: a very expensive piece of political propaganda," she said in her response.
Hill was removed from leadership of the department in early 2013 by Senate File 104, often called the "Hill bill." When passed, it transferred many of her duties and responsibilities to an appointed director of the Education Department. However, the law was deemed unconstitutional earlier this year by members of the Wyoming Supreme Court, and Hill returned to lead the department.
Additionally, in the report, committee members said Hill had her chance to speak during the committee hearings in January. But at that time, Hill was "largely combative, nonresponsive or stated that she couldn't remember important details of key events," according to the report.
The committee's draft report included no formal findings or suggestions for moving forward, but did make some internal conclusions.
When fiscal and administrative issues were raised about the Wyoming Department of Education and Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction during Hill's tenure, Gov. Matt Mead appointed a team led by MacPherson to review the allegations. That report was released in June 2013.
The legislative committee's work has produced something between slander and an attempt at political assassination, said Hill, who is not seeking re election this year but is instead running for governor.
On the topic of the teacher to teacher training, the draft report said that Hill's administration had spent department resources on the trainings without approval. When told to stop the trainings, they apparently continued under a different name, the legislative report said.
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of specific response to any part of the report should not be considered or construed as an acknowledgement or agreement to the accuracy or validity of that portion of the report," she said.
"After multiple investigations, hearings and audits, this committee is left in the same place Cathy MacPherson was more than a year ago holding a bag full of innuendo, opinions and a few hurt feelings," Hill said in her response, which was released Wednesday.
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"If all witnesses were allowed to testify, the report would reflect that the descriptions of certain meetings were either grossly mischaracterized, or simply fabricated," Hill said.
Hill Air Max Women Black was given 15 days to respond to the committee's draft report before a final report is written and released by the committee. Wednesday was the deadline for her response.
The Legislature's Investigative Committee started work after the release of the MacPherson report. Its focus included some highlighted by the report, according to committee rules.
But Rep. Dan Zwonitzer, R Cheyenne, said he had reviewed it.
The process also has been expensive, Hill said in her response. She estimates that the process has cost about $1.3 million, including the initial work done by MacPherson's team.
Cindy Hill slams committee's draft report
A recent report from the Legislature's Investigative Committee lacked evidence and due process, according to State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.
The committee's report also said that for an elected official to require "political patronage or loyalty" is a "grounds for removal from office."
In her response, Hill said that she never required political or personal loyalty from staff members.
Hill said in her response that those opinions are "irrelevant and seem to be included in the report simply to inflame and/or prejudice."
But the committee needed to objectively review the documents provided and permit all witnesses, including Hill's, to testify, she said.
"It was a complete manifesto of deflection," he said. "I thought she would address concerns, and instead her stance was they're just allegations she continues to say that it's a witch hunt."
"The evidence also suggests that leadership at the Wyoming Department of Education attempted to mislead the Legislature by ordering the scrubbing of certain financial reports to remove all references to (Teacher 2 Teacher)," according to the draft report.
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Several committee members said they had not yet had time to read Hill's response.
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