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Teens, Sleep, and Success at School

February 11th, 2020

Could Your High School Students Benefit from a Later School Start Time? The idea of teenagers loving to sleep-in almost is practically a cliché. Teens tend to stay up late chatting with friends, watching movies, doing homework, going to extra curricular activities (such as sports and clubs), playing video games, and socializing online—and as a […]

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Schools, Students, and Smartphones: Should Your School District Allow, Ban, or Restrict Student Smartphone Use?

January 14th, 2020

If you needed to contact your parents while you were in school, what did you do? Your issue most likely had to wait until you got home. If your school canceled your varsity tennis match, what did you do? You probably just rode the bus home and told your parents later or perhaps you used […]

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Recess is Best: The Social, Physical, and Emotional Benefits of Unstructured Play

November 16th, 2018

The daily routine of a recess break has been a core component of the academic classroom for generations. Travel back in time a century, and you would encounter teachers who allowed their students to run and play outside as a way to give them a physical and mental break from academic lessons and let them […]

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