Later school starts lead to better sleep, better performance for teens

New research published in the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, and reported in PsychCentral, corroborate the benefits of earlier studies which have noted the need of teens for more sleep to maximize learning and mental health, and the problematic effect of early school starting times.  School Boards need to look at this type of research!

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