Early Morning ‘Zero Hour’ Classes Give Ambitious Teens a Boost, But Is It Costing Them Sleep?0

The Spokesman-Review asks: Since when did sleep become an elective for high school students? 

Welcome to zero hour, a fixture in American schools for more than two decades. And with the school day bracketed by bus timetables and after-school activities, it’s probably here to stay.

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