Major Reports and Reviews
- Diana Zuckerman, PhD. Early Morning Classes, Sleep Students, and Risky Behaviors. National Center for Health Research. n.d.
- New Jersey Department of Education. Final Report of the Study Group on Later School Start Times. April 2017.
- Missoula School Start Times White Paper. April 2017.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Asleep At The Wheel: A National Compendium of Efforts to Eliminate Drowsy Driving. March 20, 2017.
- Governor's Highway Safety Administration. Wake Up Call! Understanding Drowsy Driving and What States Can Do. August 8, 2016. In this report, funder with a grant from State Farm, the GHSA shines a spotlight on the often overlooked issue of drowsy driving. This new report examines the causes and effects of drowsy driving, including too-early school start times, as well as how State Highway Safety Offices and safety advocates can address this challenging problem.
- Still Sleepless in America: The paradox of local control in education. Education and Health. Vol.33 No.2, June 2015.
- Ashland, MA Public Schools. School Start Times Resource Page.
- Seattle Bell Time Task Force Report. 2015.
- Rio Americano Parent Engagement Group. Healthy High School Start Times: A Powerful Tactic to Support Student Health and Learning. Updated September 2015.
- Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Report on Safe and Healthy School Hours. December 2014.
- The School and School District Structure Study Group. Later School Start Times for Adolescents: A 2020 Vision for Public Education in Ulster County. The Center for Research, Regional Education and Outreach, SUNY New Paltz. Ulster County School Boards Association, August 2014.
- Child Trends. Are the Children Well? A Model and Recommendations for Promoting the Mental Wellness of the Nation’s Young People. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2014 Report.
- Karafin, G.R. Teen Sleep Issues and School Start Times, Part II. Pennsylvania Psychologist June 2013;73(6): 22, 25.
- Karafin, G.R. Teen Sleep Issues and School Start Times, Part I. Pennsylvania Psychologist June 2013;73(6): 20, 22.
- NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health. Education and Health in Schools: A Survey of Parents Summary. September 2013 (pp. 10, 21 show % of parents reporting early school start times)
- Fairfax County Public Schools. 2007 Transportation Task Force Report on Later School Start Times. Appendix U: Community Impacts from Other Jurisdictions Changing to Later HS Start Times, And Other Local Data.\
- Jeff Deitz, M.D. Children's Sleep: Time for a Wake-up Call. HuffPost 12/11/11
- Nicholas Christakis and Erika Christakis. Why are we depriving our teens of sleep? Later start times would improve school performance, so why can't we make the switch? TimeIdeas. Nov. 18, 2011.
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