BBC Science Focus Magazine

A LEARNING CURVE

“I hope that there will be proper recognition of the epic work teachers do. Teachers put knowledge into our little ones, and they help raise them to be good people”

Before COVID-19, my daughter and I had a joke. If we got on each others’ nerves, we’d say, “there’s always homeschooling… !” And

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