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Do start times affect attendance, grad rates?

ASCD SmartBrief | Mar 28, 2017

Average attendance and graduation rates increased at schools that adopted later start times, according to a recent study of 30,000 students in 29 high schools across seven states. Officials at a Virginia high school say that students are more rested and ready to learn since the school moved its start time from 7:20 a.m. to 8:10 a.m. District Administration magazine (04/2017)


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