More sleep improves achievement, attendance at England school

03/21/2010 | Telegraph (London) (tiered subscription model), The · BBC

Student achievement is up and absenteeism is down at an England secondary school where students have been given an extra hour of sleep each morning, data show. The school has been starting lessons at 10 am since October, and officials say the result has been improved physical and mental health among the teenagers.

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