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Document Number: 11219

Later School Start Times in Adolescence: Time for Change PDF - Opening school doors at the crack of dawn negatively affects the health and overall education of adolescent students in the United States, says a noted British sleep researcher who is urging American policymakers to consider later start times. (Paul Kelley, Ph.D., University of Oxford’s Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute; Clark Lee, J.D., Center for Health and Homeland Security at the University of Maryland, ECS, May 2014) ...
Author: Paul Kelley, Clark Lee
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