The CDC`s Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2015 showed that 73% of U.S. high school students get fewer than 8 hours of sleep on school nights, and get 6 or fewer hours.
This evidence show that most of the students don`t get much of sleeping on school nights.
The most obvious benefit of keeping school starting times earlier is the extracurricular activities that may only be done during certain times of the day. When schools start earlier, sports needing to practice outdoors have more daylight, and students walking home from these activities can take advantage of the extra daylight for their safety. Also, students who have jobs will be able to work longer hours and still have time for other things like homework and family.
School should start before 8:00 a.m.
One of the reasons adolescents do not get enough sleep is early school start times. The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended that middle and highschools start at 8:30 a.m. or later to give students the opportunity to get the amount of sleep they need, but most American adolescents start school tooearly.
School should no start before 8.00 a.m.Because kids go to bed later and need more rest, school schedules which don't accommodate for their sleeping needs can cause a chronic buildup of sleep debts. Aside from drowsy students who struggle to concentrate in class, sleep deprivation is associated with a host of harms to health and cognition.