A teenager at Will Rogers Middle School tries hard to focus on the computer screen in this 2006 photo. A bill pending in California would do what researchers have long recommended – mandate a later start time in public schools.
A teenager at Will Rogers Middle School tries hard to focus on the computer screen in this 2006 photo. A bill pending in California would do what researchers have long recommended – mandate a later start time in public schools. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
A teenager at Will Rogers Middle School tries hard to focus on the computer screen in this 2006 photo. A bill pending in California would do what researchers have long recommended – mandate a later start time in public schools. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file

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