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Is sleeping-in good for schools?

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With evidence showing that teenagers are biologically programmed to sleep in, would schools improve if pupils were allowed to start later?

Paul Kelley, headteacher of a school which achieved good exam results after doing this, explains why he opted to allow students some more precious time in bed.


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