Asleep at the Switch in School Policy?

15 01 2008

Can’t argue with this part:

So if candidates want the parent vote, here’s a wake-up call. Stand up for an educational policy that allows students’ real needs — rather than outdated time constraints — to dictate how and when our children learn best.

The “wake up call” on adolescent sleep biology is good too, especially if it’s the turning of a nationwide trend toward healthier social policy for all kids. But extending school to a fulltime job for little kids though, um, not so much . . .boy do we have some better ideas! 🙂