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Journal Articles

National Center for Health Research - Early Morning Classes, Sleepy Students, and Risky Behaviors

Journal Of School Health - School Start Times, Sleep, Behavioral, Health, and Academic Outcomes: A Review of the Literature

Phi Delta Kappan - Later start time for teens improves grades, mood, and safety

Science Daily - Later school start times improve sleep and daytime functioning in adolescents

Assoc for Psychological Science , Perspectives on Psychological Science - Prioritizing Sleep Health: Public Health Policy Recommendations

Science Advances - Sleepmore in Seattle: Later school start time are associated with more sleep and better performance in high school students

National Institute of Health - Sleep in Adolescents: The Perfect Storm

Translational Behavioral Medicine - Position statement: start middle and high schools at 8:30 am or later to promote student health and learning

Rand Corporation - Later School Start Times in the U.S. - an economic analysis

College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota - Examining the Impact of Later High School Start Times on the Health and Academic Performance of High School Students: A Multi-Site Study

Brookings Institute - Start high school later for better academic outcomes

Education Next - School Start Times Found to Affect Student Achievement

Healthy Air Matters: American Lung Association of New England - School Daze: A Wake-Up Call

Pediatrics.aappublications.org - Excessive Sleepiness in Adolescents and Young Adults: Causes, Consequences, and Treatment Strategies

Education Week, March 2013 Experts Make a Case for Later School Start Times

Brain Pickings, July 2013 Sleep and The Teenage Brain

The Journal Research: Early School Start Times Hurt Students, Hinder Performance

jama.jamanet.com High Schools Find Later Start Time Helps Students’ Health Performance

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