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Effects of delayed start times and its implictions for school day schedule planning

Posted By: Jose Maldonado on December 6, 2005
 
Planning a school schedule necessarily involves taking into account a large number of variables, competing priorities and goals. The results of this research suggests very small negative grade effects (less than 2 %) for early morning classes in a two subject areas (but positive effects for math, and no effects for english). While statistically significant, these difference by themselves are so small that it makes little sense to let this be major criteria for scheduling and planning.
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 Effects of delayed start times and its implictions for school day schedule planning by Jose Maldonado on December 6, 2005
     
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