When we read this PolitiFact article discussing the true claims that SB5 would allow students and parents to evaluate teachers based on a survey
The evaluations will include whether parents and students are satisfied with a teacher, "which may be measured by surveys, questionnaires, or other forms of soliciting feedback," the law reads.
We were reminded of this parody article from EdTweak - an Onion type publication for educators
“For the first time anywhere in America, students have been empowered and entrusted with the legal right to force dramatic change in their failing classrooms,” said Ben Starr, the group’s leader. “Our opponents issued dire warnings of unintended consequences. But we’ve already tried out the approach in two small districts and we’ve seen an enormous increase in teacher effectiveness. Students’ grades have skyrocketed, so the teachers must be trying harder.”
You do have to wonder where these Republican legislators get their policy ideas from, don't you?