Can we get back to the original topic of discussion?
Except it's not "proposed" legislation. It's already a law, they just haven't figured out what's going to be weighted and what's not.
Because we do NOT know what the changes might entail, we cannot decree who the losers and the winners will be. If the history of education in Texas provides any foundations, it is doubtful that the ultimate negotiated terms will be anything close to what is feared ... in this forum. That is why I called it "about a proposed legislation that has yet to be (de)termined* in greater detail."