By Silke Schmidt. February 5, at am. Experts have long argued for later start times in middle and high school. A new study used activity trackers worn on the wrist to see how such a delay affected kids in a real school. And it showed kids slept more, got better grades and missed fewer days of class when their school day started somewhat later. Adolescents are different from younger kids.
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Later school starts linked to better teen grades
10 tips to help your teen get smart about tests | Parenting
Many proposals for improving student performance involve very costly interventions. And while quite a few of these costly interventions surely pass benefit-cost tests, they can be extremely challenging, politically or financially, to implement. As one example, in a very useful recent policy proposal, Jacob and Rockoff propose three low-cost ways to organize schools to maximize student performance: combining elementary and middle schools into single buildings; optimizing teacher assignment policies; and starting school later in the day for middle and high school students. School districts that start elementary schools later and high schools earlier could potentially swap these schedules without major transportation disruptions. This would permit adolescents to sleep later and therefore arrive at school more ready to learn. Why start school later for adolescents? The answer rests in our biology.
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Study: More Active Teens Get Higher Test Scores
Earlier this fall, a group of Denver-area teenagers gathered for and led an intergenerational discussion of empathy, diversity, equity and inclusion. Afterward, that group of teens — all interns at the arts and youth development nonprofit PlatteForum — sat down with Denverite and Colorado Public Radio to talk about the things that stress them out most. Academic pressure stood out as an area with a variety of sore spots. The biggest pain point, though, seemed to be testing.
Print article. Your child is used to taking tests, but beginning in high school the results carry higher stakes. Tests may determine whether your child progresses from algebra to geometry, graduates from high school or is admitted to the college of her choice. It may seem obvious, but good study skills are the best test preparation.