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Hi, Jean-François. I have wondered about this too. I don't put a whole lot into any facile correlation of overleaves with roles-in-essence (personally, I think it can block seeing how we ALL use the overleaves), but I understand the significance of the resonance to both the abstract and the applied "system." It's a great question, thanks. I've wondered especially about this very thing, observing Artisans (and Skeptics!) over the years. Speaking for myself as an "outsider" to this overleaf, I appreciate about Artisans how Skepticism can support Discrimination/Rejection. and I also see how it's aesthetic as much as intellectual/analytical (Scholars are a very different groove when it comes to theory, argument and even adventure). I see an Artisan's multiple "inputs" (which I 100% DO NOT have lol) as more fueling the creative potential rather than "overthinking" through any valences of latent or manifest Skepticism. If anything, Skepticism can shut down possibilities as much as open them up in my experience (I'm a Spiritualist, so here's home turf), and it can even feel a bit prickly and arbitrary or "off-base" to me, a Warrior, in the neg pole -- and sometimes with dear Artisans that too comes in a surprisingly good way, as in Discernment or Refinement. For what it's worth. I'm a HUGE Artisan fan 💕, and myself being about as solid as they come in role, casting and frequency, the lifelong fascination makes a lot of sense. Thanks for bringing this up. It's always an interesting topic for me. Thoughts?
It is a MESS.
My mother worked as a teacher for 42 years, and just went into pension in the fall of last year. THANK TAO.
I am just so relieved for her that she is out of all of this.
I hope that you can take this situation and turn it into something positive and into growth.
@Sam K, there are some districts around the state that have broken off and determined to go completely remote at least until Labor Day. I know Austin ISD, Round Rock ISD, and one in El Paso has I think. There may be others and I'm holding out a bit of hope that there will be enough pressure for other places to follow suit.
The last few days have been a bit rough. My sleep is very messed up...I end up awake most of the night and sleeping a lot in the day. I'm vaguely on edge and have had a tough time keeping my emotions together... I've had multiple moments of wanting to curl up and kind of cry or just hibernate. Not fun.
It's a ludicrous objection because they won't be "socializing" in any normal sense regardless. Either they're at home, they're in class but constricted at every turn by the required social distancing measures, or the schools open with business as usual and end up closing in a matter of weeks due to outbreaks.
Also, my district is having teachers "try out" for remote learning positions. We have to fill out a questionnaire and submit a lesson plan and video lesson by next Friday to be considered (we were told about this today). Need and level of risk due to age, being immunocompromised, or having children or elderly living with you, don't seem to be involved in consideration at all. Oh, and teachers who DO teach remotely will still have to do it from the campus. For some reason.
So the district has failed me. My only hope now is that either the county or the state finally steps in.
EDIT: The cards now seem to say that the most likely near-future outcome is that school reopening IS stopped somehow, for a time anyway, though it seems I'm likely to find myself back in the same situation down the line. I'll take what I can get.
You are not alone. There's been this undercurrent of dread following me like a dark cloud for the past few weeks in regards to the upcoming school year (I have a daughter entering Kindergarten and son entering 1st grade). All I'm hearing is "kids need to be around kids," and "keeping them home is going to fuck them up," but I've accepted the unique situation we're in and understand that sacrifices will need to be made despite the inconvenience it is. I currently live in a small mid-western town and most of the people here are still in complete denial that we're in a fucking pandemic...but I guess that goes for a lot of places. I also decided recently to home school my kids until things are "safe" again, despite my district's likely decision to return to business as usual. It's definitely not what I had envisioned, but here we are. I think this generation will be more than okay as long as there are people out there that continue to guide and care like you are doing for your son. I know you said it won't be easy, but he is lucky to have someone who loves and understands him like you do. I wish you the best!