Also, sleep apnea tends to be inherited and does make it harder to function, especially untreated. That leads an adult to a lower socioeconomic class and raising kids who are then disadvantaged by both that and things like fewer bedtime stories. Building awareness of sleep disorders, getting more diagnosed and treated would go a long way to helping with this.
I'm not keen on adding more regulations and the like; they tend to try to make more people fit in boxes that don't fit terribly well. The sleep hygiene stuff always makes me wince some as it just feels like hinting around the edges of the problem. If you wake up in a panic in the middle of the night, it may well be because you were having trouble breathing. It didn't have much to do with using a computer in the hour before you went to bed, really, as opposed to simply having the lights on then. Something like starting high school later probably does make sense, but increasing minimum wage doesn't seem particularly helpful, compared to getting people diagnosed, as needed, and then they can function better and get better jobs -- and improve themselves.