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Later school start times appear to benefit middle and high school student performance according to a new study.

Researchers at an annual SLEEP conference found that after delaying school start times for roughly an hour, high school students increased their nightly sleep times by an average of 48 minutes per night, and middle school students an extra 31 minutes per night on average.

This change resulted in fewer students feeling too sleepy to do their homework and significantly higher academic engagement at school.

Darren Simpson vehemently opposed the idea of later school start times stating that children should go to bed earlier if they need more sleep time.

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