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Wake Up Calls (Fast Facts) - Start School Later


Aug 24, 2015 ... The CDC's Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2011 showed that 69% of U.S. high school students get fewer than 8 hours of sleep on school nights, ...

Why Change? - Start School Later


This means that an early wake-up call (5 or 6 a.m. to allow many teens to catch buses or commute to early-start schools) not only allows 6 or 7 hours of sleep per  ...

U.S. doctors urge later school start times for teens - The Washington ...


Aug 25, 2014 ... Only about 15 percent of U.S. high schools start at 8:30 a.m. or later, and ... Here are some facts and tips from the National Sleep Foundation:.

Later School Start Times: Benefits & Cons - National Sleep Foundation


Uncover the pros and cons of later school start times. Adolescent sleep can be tricky, so stay informed with the National Sleep Foundation.

Get the Facts on the School Start Time Movement - Sleep.Org


Health advocates are pushing districts to move the first bell later for adolescents. Improving kids' school performance isn't just about rigorous classes and great ...

Why School Should Start Later in the Morning - The Atlantic


Aug 17, 2015 ... And while teenagers are going to bed later, their school start times are .... took pride in being practical, grounded in reality, and wedded to facts.

Do Schools Begin Too Early? - Education Next : Education Next


Proponents of later start times, who have received considerable media attention .... similar, except for the fact that some schools start earlier and others start later.

Schools Start Too Early | Features | CDC


Aug 13, 2015 ... Starting school later can help improve an adolescent's health, academic performance and quality of life.

Sleep Scientists Say School Days Should Start Later | Smart News ...


Sep 11, 2015 ... Sleep Scientists Say School Days Should Start Later ... The fact that more sleep makes teens (and adults) healthier and better at learning isn't ...