Jovana, Nov. 21, 2018
New research has shown that early school starts affect students' health as well as concentration levels. When entering early adulthood, students' ideal wake and sleep times gradually become later. Early school starts often means that students lose between 2-2.7 hours of sleep a day, which affects brain development and has been linked to the activation of genes associated with mental illness.
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