The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends that teenagers aged 13 to 18 years should regularly sleep 8 to 10 hours per day for good health. Research has found that a whopping 73% of high school students regularly do not get a healthy amount of sleep. School can be very stressful, and waking up early … Continue reading School officials should change school start times.
Every morning students across America wake up at the crack of dawn, half asleep, to get ready for school. During school, the students are sluggish, tired, and in need of more sleep. Experiments have been conducted with schools finding out whether or not the start time of schools really affect students’ mental health and performance … Continue reading Schools Need to Start Later
We’ve all had to wake up to a time on our clock that we don’t want to be awake to see. Kids have to do this everyday- despite attempts to sleep longer. That time on your clock, whether it’s 5:30 a.m., 6 a.m., or 6:30 a.m., is actually some of the most valuable sleep time … Continue reading School Start Times Are Too Early For Kids To Learn and Grow