"More and more students treat high school like a job. They get up super early and stay up late. It's definitely not healthy."
Daniels and his class started researching how a delayed school start time could impact their well-being. He continued to research the issue through his sophomore year. The issue gained steam within his school when an Advanced Placement Psychology teacher assigned a project for students to investigat...
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