If you're looking to do some reading ahead of tomorrow's review of the research on school start times in our School and Student Performance subcommittee here in Worcester, you might take a look at today's Washington Post for this piece on how remote learning has opened the discussion with new insight of how well some students have done with that shift in schedule.
Here are the pieces we are reviewing tomorrow:
- School Start Time and Psychological Health in Adolescents (2018) Aaron T. Berger, Rachel Widome & Wendy M. Troxel
- Rise and Shine: The Effect of School Start Times on Academic Performance from Childhood through Puberty (2017) Jennifer A. Heissel and Samuel Norris
- Relationships between school start time, sleep duration, and adolescent behaviors (2017) Kyla L.Wahlstrom PhD, Aaron T.Berger MPH, Rachel Widome PhD, MHS
- Embracing the School Start Later Movement: Adolescent Sleep Deprivation as a Public Health and Social Justice Problem (2018) Lauren Hale, PhD,corresponding author and Wendy Troxel, PhD
- Later School Start Times in the U.S.: An Economic Analysis (2017) Hafner, Marco; Stepanek, Martin; Troxel, Wendy M.
- School Start Times, Delinquency, and Substance Use: A Criminological Perspective (2019) Daniel C. Semenza, Ryan C. Meldrum, Dylan B. Jackson, Michael G. Vaughn, Alex R. Piquero
- High school start times and student achievement: Looking beyond test scores (2019) Matthew Lenard, Melinda SandlerMorrill, John Westall