GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Along with the start of the school year comes a common struggle for many families: getting into a good sleep cycle.
University of Minnesota sleep expert Kyla Wahlstrom is the author of the School Start Time Study. She says there are biological reasons teens stay up late at night and then sleep in.
Wahlstrom talked to KARE 11 Sunrise about the arguments to shift high school start times to later in the morning.
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