Teens' struggles to get up in the morning and stay awake in class have more to do with science than with stereotyping. But delaying the start time of school to accommodate those sleep needs is more complicated and far reaching than a simple internal adjustment, according to a recent report from the University of Maine
Hyatt, Kay, "Study Examines Conflict between Sleep Needs and School Start Time" (2001). General University of Maine Publications. 1920.
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