The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a formal policy statement Monday recommending that schools with teenage students should start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. because chronic sleep loss can cause teens to become overweight or depressed, get in more car accidents, and have a lower quality of life. What do you think?
“But sleepy students are way easier to indoctrinate.”Ava Marin Flight Attendant Trainee
“No way. It’s crucial to give teenagers the skills they need to slog through life half-asleep.”Stan Lazar Band Poster Designer
“And why do we want teens to be happy, again?”Jack Kamber Plant Biologist