- Schools Are Slow to Learn That Sleep Deprivation Hits Teenagers Hardest
The New York Times, 3/28/16
- Later School Start Times Produce Positive Results in District's Students Despite Imperfect Implementation
Education World, February 2016
For more information on the school discussed in this article, see the link below.
- A ‘Start School Later’ Success Story in Missouri: Higher Graduation Rates, Fewer Suspensions
The Seventy-Four, January 2016
- Serious Side Effect of Poor Sleep Quality Among Teens Revealed
Inquisitr, January 2016
- Some Students Are Hitting Snooze Button; Sleeping in: Later start times for high schools spreading across U.S. as districts heed science.
U.S. News and World Report, December 2015
- Despite Proven Benefits, Starting School Later Remains a ‘Tough Sell’
neaToday (National Education Association), September 2015
- Research: Early School Start Times Hurt Students, Hinder Performance
THEJournal, September 2015
- Neuroscientist Paul Kelley Wants Students to Sleep in and Start School One Hour Later
Science.Mic, September 2015
- According To This Sleep Expert, Work And School Shouldn't Start Until After 10am
IFLScience, September 2015
- Plenty of sound reasons to begin school later in morning: Stacy Simera, Ohio Adolescent Health Partnership
Cleveland.com (site of the Cleveland Plain Dealer), September 2015
- Researchers: later school start times offer big bang for the buck
PostBulletin.com (Rochester, MN), May 2015
- Many Parents Aren't Sold On Later School Start Times For Teens
National Public Radio, February 2015
- Teens are sleep-deprived. Here's how that affects sports, school, and health.
The Washington Post, January 2015
- Less Sleep Means More Stress for Teens
Scientific American, December 2014
- Building Better Athletes with More Sleep
The Atlantic, November 2014.
- Doctors offer solutions to teen sleep deprivation
Politics Early & Often (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois), November 2014
- Should Sleepy Teens Get Later CPS High School Start Time?
DNAInfoChicago.com, November 2014
- Should schools let teens sleep in?
Futurity.org, November 2014; Article reporting on the Brown University longitudinal sleep study (see it in left column under "Additional Studies/Resources")
- "School district drafts survey for community members to weigh in on later start times"
Fauquier (VA) Times, November 2014
- Earlier Start Times May Be Tied to Teen Driving Accidents
Reuters, November 2014. Refers to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. See "Articles that require log-ins" section (bottom left of this page) for this study.
- What Is the Advantage of Having School Start Early?
Demand Media on Synonym.com, undated
- Sleep Patterns Study Lends New Support to Proposals for Later School Start Times for Teens
The Washington Post, November 2014. See study referred to in this article in "Additional Studies/Resources" box to left.
- It's About Time (and Sleep): Making the Case for Starting School Later
Education World (see additional articles in links in sidebar story "More on Sleep from Education World"; Undated
- Want Later School Start Times? Here's How It's Done
The Seattle Times, October 2014
- Growing Calls for Later School Start Times: What School Districts around the D.C. Area Are Doing
NBC4, Washington, DC, October 2014
- The Best Back-to-School Plan for Teens: A Later Start Time
Article by a Boston pediatrician, August 2014
- Teens Need Later Start to School Day, Doctors Group Says
The Wall Street Journal, August 2014
- Ever Wonder Why School Starts So Early? (Hint: $$$)
Associated Press, reprinted in Smithsonian's Teen Tribune, August 2014
- What Is the Advantage of Having School Start Early?
EHow.com, August 2014
- Docs Urge Delayed School Start Times for Teens
USA Today, August 2014
- The Teen Who Woke Up Her School
Huffington Post, August 2014
- New Report Says US Schools Start Too Early in the Morning
Education Week, May 2014
- The Doctor Who Coaches Athletes on Sleep
The Atlantic, April 2014.
- To Keep Teenagers Alert, Schools Let Them Sleep In
The New York Times, March 2014
- UMinn Study: School Start Times Affect Grades, Health
ABC News, March 2014
- Later High School Start Times a Challenge for Districts
U.S. News and World Report, March 2014
- Is It Time to Start School Later?
Psychology Today, February 2014
- Early School Start Times in Question Due to Alarming Impact on Teens
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 2014
- School Really Should Start Later
Smithsonian.com, January 2014
- Social Ties More Important than Biology When It Comes to Teen Sleep Problems
See study referred to in article in "Additional Studies/Resources" box on this page.
- No Rest for the Bleary: Underestimating Sleep Could Lead to Dangerous Health Effects
ThreeSixty Journalism, November 2013
- Education Chief: Maybe Start School Later in the Day
Associated Press, September 2013
- Starting High School Later Might Help Sleepy Teens
Huffington Post, August 2013
- Sleep and the Teenage Brain
Brain Pickings, July 2013
- Does High School Start Too Early? More Researchers Say Yes, Call for Change
WJCT News, July 2013
- Experts Make a Case for Later School Start Times
Education Week, March 2013
- Not Everyone Thinks MCPS High Schools Should Start Later
Bethesda (MD) Magazine.com, November, 2012
- Do Schools Begin Too Early? The Effect of Start Times on Student Achievement
EducationNext, Summer 2012
- When Should Schools Start in the Morning?
Scientific American, May 2012
- Schools Seeing Positive Results from Later School Start Time for Teen
WTHR (Indiana), March 2011
- Do Later School Start Times Really Help High School Students?
Psychology Today, February 2011
- Study Shows Teens Benefit from Later School Day
Associated Press, July 2010
- Later School Start Times May Foster Better Students
HealthDay, July 2010
- Snooze or Lose
New York Magazine, October 2007
- High Schools Starting Later to Help Sleepy Teens
National Public Radio, January 2007
- From Zzzz's to A's (from "Inside the Teenage Brain")
Frontline/PBS, January 2002
- VIDEO LINK: "Inside the Teenage Brain: From Zzzz's to A's"
- Why Every Country Needs Later Secondary School Start Times
from Dr. Paul Kelley's blog makingminds.net (see additional articles linked at top under "Teenage Body Clocks")
- Why Starting School at 8:30 May Benefit Public High School Students
Public School Review, undated
- Giving Students the (Right) Time of Day
Educational Leadership, December 1997/January 1998