Good Day, Good Evening and Good Night

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark A lot is being written about our youngsters not getting enough sleep, particularly our high school students. In fact, many high schools have raised the time for their opening bells, hoping to give our juniors and seniors another hour in which to sleep. Other countries have been known to suggest that sleep isn’t all that necessary. Japan once had a saying that roughly translated to, “Pass on five, fail on six,” which indicated the number of hours children could sleep and still get their studies in. But the simple truth is, children need their […]

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