November 30, 2022
A note from the editor
After nearly two years of COVID-fuelled on-again, off-again in-class and online learning, the demand for tutors or tutoring programs is surging, as parents work to ensure their children don’t fall behind. But, as Gillian Livingstone writes, the cost of these services is significant – and, often, tutoring sessions are also remote.

This week, we also feature a first-person piece about a mother struggling with sleeplessness due to postpartum anxiety, and some expert advice on disclosing pregnancy if you’re still on your probation period. Plus, in this week’s Let’s Talk Science feature, a fun indoor activity to keep you and your kids entertained, and out of the cold: learn how to make a marble lift off a table without using your hands.

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