Delayed school start times and adolescent sleep: A systematic review of the experimental evidence.

@article{Minges2016DelayedSS,
  title={Delayed school start times and adolescent sleep: A systematic review of the experimental evidence.},
  author={Karl E. Minges and Nancy S. Redeker},
  journal={Sleep medicine reviews},
  year={2016},
  volume={28},
  pages={86-95}
}
Many schools have instituted later morning start times to improve sleep, academic, and other outcomes in response to the mismatch between youth circadian rhythms and early morning start times. However, there has been no systematic synthesis of the evidence on the effects of this practice. To examine the impact of delayed school start time on students' sleep, health, and academic outcomes, electronic databases were systematically searched and data were extracted using the preferred reporting… CONTINUE READING
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