States Haven’t Embraced Later School Start Times For Teens

States Haven’t Embraced Later School Start Times For Teens

By Richard Harris

Last year the nation’s pediatricians said middle and high schoolers shouldn’t start school before 8:30 am, so they can get much-needed sleep. But almost all schools start before that, the CDC finds.

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