Would starting school 30 minutes later make better students? Researchers in Rhode Island have published a study that suggests it might.
Dr. Judith Owens and her colleagues studied 201 high school students who had their school start time delayed from 8:00 am to 8:30 am. Before and then two months after the switch, the students completed a survey that asked about their sleep habits.
After the change to the later school start time: read more …