This, and the other bills regarding the tenure law, would work if teachers were able to select their raw materials, business-style. Unfortunately, teachers take what they get, including, but not limited to, the full range of Special Education students (blind, hearing impaired, physically impaired, autistic, emotional impairment, learning disability, cognitive impairment -- those with I.Q. scores from 0-70 -- and multiple impairments -- low cognition combined with a severe physical impairment), students from abusive homes, homeless, drug houses, and so forth. Respectfully, before dictating a teacher's performance, each and every legislator must put on those shoes take them out for a test-run. The day-to-day work of the education system is NOT a business!