Morning Read: Why school start times play a huge role in kids’ success
LA School Report | June 10, 2016
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Experts suggest middle and high school start times should be after 8:30 a.m.
Around the country, more school districts are moving to delay their start times. Teens currently aren’t getting enough sleep. And this lack of sleep is having a detrimental effect on their grades and mental health. By Rebecca Klein, Huffington Post
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