Arguably one of the worst parts of both work and school is – you guessed it – having to wake up early in the morning to get ready, find transport to school or work, engage in either one of such activities, let alone actually arriving at where you’re slated to spend the entity of your day at, then having to do homework, listen to long lectures, read lengthy passages of books, and whatever else that would be loads more enjoyable if either one of these responsiblities started just an hour or two later.
School researchers have found that going to school later in the day, especially for young public school students provides them with countless benefits that otherwise wouldn’t be available unless schools did, in fact, start school later in the day so they can have more time to sleep and get ready – or do whatever it is they want to without being forced to prepare themselves for school at the crack of dawn.
New research released just last week found that both high and middle schoolers should be considered in terms of starting school later. Those researchers that conducted the aforementioned study found that schools that started at 8:00 a.m. as compared to their counterparts that went to school earlier in the morning, specifically 7:23 a.m.
Kids that started later even just by 33 minutes were found much less likely to fall asleep or find themselves are being drowsy during the day, which made students both happier and d