Hey, I hope everyone here is doing well. I had a question about this Senate Bill in Florida that the government is deciding. It's this Senate Bill that's REALLY going to hurt teachers. It was stating how like teachers only get paid depending on the performance that students do on tests. Also how teachers only get yearly contracts if they want pay raises. Like if they want a pay raise, they have to get a contract that lasts one year. I think this new governor said teachers had to donate part of their pension to the city too. I don't know how he won, I voted for Charlie Crist. Can someone tell me though exactly how this bill works? Paid by test basis...does that mean if any students fail, you don't get paid? Like let's say you did your best, your students took a test, a majority of them failed because they didn't study, does that mean you don't get paid at all?