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School leaders and community advocates all over the USA are trying to delay bell times, and many are succeeding. But too many others keep falling into common traps that waste time, energy, and resources, often for years.
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This Society of Behavioral Medicine's new position statement urging middle and high schools to start no earlier than 8:30 am has been endorsed by the NEA, National PTA, Start School Later, Parents for Public Schools, and the Sleep Research Society.
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The 77 Texas districts starting classes at 8:30 a.m. or later are proof that schools can run classes at sleep-friendly times. So how to get the rest of the state on board?
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In the end, ensuring healthy, evidence-based school hours is a matter of protecting student health, safety, and equity via +HuffPost
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Local advocates share take-aways from April's landmark teen sleep conference in Washington, DC
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The conference brought together people who rarely cross paths but who all share a passion for ensuring school hours that allow students to get healthy sleep.
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If Senator Anthony Portantino gets his way, California will be the first state in the nation to ensure that teenagers can go to school without sacrificing a good night’s sleep.
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If passed, Senator Anthony Portantino's bill will ensure that the more than 3 million public middle and high students in California can go to school at times that allow them to get a healthy night’s sleep, have time for breakfast, commute to school after sunrise, and arrive at school ready to learn.
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Communities looking for ways to run schools at times that allow teens to get healthy sleep will want to check out the first-ever national conference on Adolescent Sleep, Health, and School Start Times, planned for April 27-28 at the J.W. Marriott in Washington DC.
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We are offering scholarships for school and community leaders to attend our Spring 2017 National Conference on Adolescent Sleep, Health, and School Start Times in Washington.
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