More schools are starting classes later to let students sleep

A new study out of Seattle found that students who started school later were in better health and performed better on school work.
0:32 | 12/14/18

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We all want to sleep later in the morning but for kids it apparently pays off about fleas evolved. These are I would write a new study in Seattle about Kidd tour allowed to start school about an hour later in the morning had better attendance rate. Hey and they're great put off by about 5%. That later start times amend they've got an average of 34 extra minutes of sleep and that apparently makes a significant difference in the classroom. That's good three and a half sneezes yet I think for his Democrat I'm that's news queen.

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