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Sleep Deprivation and School Start Times

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Joshua Robbins

on 7 April 2014

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Transcript of Sleep Deprivation and School Start Times

Sleep Deprivation and School Start Times
¿How Much Sleep?
Delayed Sleep Phase
Benefits of greater than 8 hours of sleep:
Join The Movement!
To better protect and serve high school aged students, no high school should start before 8:30am.
Our Proposal
National Sleep Foundation recommends 8.5-9.5 hours a night for teens.
Consequence of Less than 8 hours of sleep:
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References:

Nacelewicz, T. (2002). Later start at school: Is it aiding teen-agers. Portland Press
Herald. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/277067199?accountid=9817

Wahlstrom, K. D. (2014). Examining the Impact of Later School Start Times on the Health and Academic Performance of . St Paul, MN: University of Minnesota.

Foundation, N. S. (n.d.). Sleep Foundation. Retrieved March 15, 2014, from National Sleep Foundation: http://sleepfoundation.org/sleep-news/school-start-time-and-sleep

Wahlstrom, K. L. (1996). Later School Start Times. Teens&Sleep, p. 15.
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