California Votes To Ban Schools From Early Start Times To “Give Students More Sleep” | Zero Hedge

California lawmakers voted Friday to bar middle and high schools from starting before 8:30 a.m., one of dozens of proposals debated in the Legislature on the final day of its legislative session.

The bill, SB328, reportedly passed by narrow margin in both chambers of the state legislature which late into the night considered a variety of topics and proposals just before a midnight deadline; and if signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown, it will go into effect in three years.

via California Votes To Ban Schools From Early Start Times To “Give Students More Sleep” | Zero Hedge

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