Exploring the Link Between Sleep and Student Performance: Resources

Making Connections: Sleep and Student Performance - Survey Link



Healthy Sleep Habits for Teenagers

Boston Children’s Hospital: Sleep Center

Helping Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers Sleep Better

Boston Children’s Hospital: Sleep Center

Sleep Tips

Boston Children’s Hospital: Sleep Center

Local High School Start Time Survey

The Public Schools of Northborough and Southborough

Are Teens Adopting Adults' Stress Habits?

American Psychological Association

Changing Times:  Findings From the First Longitudinal Study of Later High School Start Times

NASSP Bulletin, December 2002

High Schools Find Later Start Time Helps Students' Health and Performance

JAMA, 2009

Impact of Delaying School Start Time on Adolescent Sleep, Mood, and Behavior

Arch Pediatric Adolescent Medicine, 2010

Later School Start Times May Foster Better Students

HealthDay, July 2010

Later Start to School Boost Teens' Health

online.wsj.com, July 2010

Meeting Teen Sleep Needs Creatively

NASSP Bulletin, September 2005

Middle School Start Times:  The Importance of a Good Night's Sleep for Young Adolescents

Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 2007

Parents of Sleep-Deprived Teens Push For Later School Start Times

www.npr.org, December 2013

School Start Time Change:  An In-Depth Examination of School Districts in the United States

The Children's National Medical Center's Blueprint for Change Team, April, 2014

School Start Times Spur Sleepy Students

Children's Press Online, September/October, 2008

School Start Times:  Later School Start Times in Adolescence:  Time for Change

Education Week, May 2014

Schools Should Push Back Start Times

American Academy of Pediatrics, August, 2014

Sleepless in America:  Do Later School Start Times Really Help High School Students?

Psychology Today, February 2011

Sleepless in America:  School Start Times

Education and Health, 2012

Teens and Sleep

National Sleep Foundation

To Keep Teenagers Alert, School Let Them Sleep In

The New York Times, March 2014

 Most US middle and high schools start the school day too early

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), August 6, 2015  

Young People's Time-of-Day Preference Affect Their School Performance

Journal of Youth Studies, December, 2009