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After School Reading Programs Matter Resolved at Kansas Dept for Children and Families

Statement from the Kansas Department for Children and Families and Hysell & Wagner, LLC

After both parties conducted due diligence, Kansas DCF and Hysell & Wagner, LLC now agree that none of the audit issues warrant further action.”
— Kansas Department for Children and Families & Hysell & Wagner. LLC
TOPEKA, KANSAS, UNITED STATES, March 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Today, the Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) and Hysell & Wagner, LLC, announced that they have entered into an agreement under which each party agrees that all issues with the 2014-15 draft audit
are resolved.

In August of 2019, the Kansas Reading Roadmap grant to Hysell & Wagner, LLC was cancelled
as allowed under the grant. During announcement of the cancellation, certain preliminary findings from 2014-
15 draft audit were shared.

After both parties conducted due diligence, DCF and Hysell & Wagner, LLC now agree that none of the audit issues warrant further action.

Hysell & Wagner, LLC appreciates the Agency’s efforts to resolve these matters and its decision to continue funding after-school reading programs directly with Kansas school districts. DCF thanks Hysell & Wagner, LLC for its years of work helping Kansas children.

Neither party has further comment on this matter.

Andrew Hysell
Reading Roadmap
+1 203-570-7560
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