How Sleep Affects Academic Preformance. School starts later because students who receive adequate sleep will have better mental and physical health; thus resulting in better academic performance.

Sleep results in in student have better focus and energy.
A good night's rest decreases the likeliness of students being tardy or missing class.
Sleep improves the immune system.
Adequate sleep has been said to be linked to declines in drop out rates.
By having more energy, focus, and missing class less, students will have the tools necessary to perform better academically.

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