Later school times prove a success in Seattle: Kids are getting more sleep and higher grades since the new system began, study says

Children in Seattle who start school later in the day are getting more sleep and better grades, a new study says.

In 2017, the Seattle School District delayed high school and middle school start time by 55 minutes, pushing it back from 7.50am to 8.45am.

Researchers say high school students whose first lessons were pushed back got an average of 30 minutes more daily shut-eye.

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