Sleeping In Its good for the brain

Early school start times are taking a mental toll on students.

Starting school later in the morning would allow for students to get more sleep and would provide many benefits mentally and academically.

A sufficient amount of sleep promotes better cognition and memory recollection.

As a result, recalling facts and material learned in class is much easier, which promotes better test grades.

Better cognition in class and better test grades will lead to a rise in students' GPA.

With just a 1 hour delay in school start times, students can reap the substantial benefits of proper amounts of sleep

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