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Journal of Educational Psychology Earlier School Start Times as a Risk Factor for Poor School Performance An Examination of Public Elementary Schools in the Commonwealth of Kentucky Peggy

Keller Olivia A Smith Lauren R Gilbert Shuang Bi and Eric A Haak University of Kentucky Joseph A Buckhalt Auburn University Adequate sleep is essential for child learning However school systems may inadvertently be promoting sleep deprivation throug

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Journal of Educational Psychology Earlier School Start Times as a Risk Factor for Poor School Performance An Examination of Public Elementary Schools in the Commonwealth of Kentucky Peggy






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