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California high schoolers perkier with later school start?

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California's new law mandates that high school classes not start before 8:30am. Most schools started making the shift over the last year. The law doesn't apply to rural school districts, which don't observe the law. Some students say the change has added to their stress, not relieved it.
2 months ago·Santa Clara, United States

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California high schoolers perkier with later school start?

California’s first-in-the-nation statewide law mandating later school start times officially kicked in this summer but most districts have already begun moving the first class bell later.

2 months ago·San Jose, United States
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California high schoolers perkier with later school start?

On the first day of class after summer break at Santa Clara’s Adrian Wilcox High School, senior Anika Bose had a little spring in her step heading for her 8:45 a.m. first class with a fresh cup of Starbucks in hand. She wouldn’t have had time to grab that cup her freshman year when classes started at 7:30.Over the past year, she and most of the state’s 2.6 million middle and high school students have seen their school day shifted a little later …

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