When school bell exacts a toll

Early to rise is not wise for teenagers, say some educators who want later starting times

Crystal Colon, a Brighton High School senior, takes two busses and a train to school everyday. If she misses a connection, her entire commute can be thrown off.
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / November 4, 2005

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(Correction: Because of incorrect information provided by a Brighton High School teacher, a story in Friday's City & Region section about a push for later high school starting times incorrectly said Boston public high schools could change their starting time if 75 percent of the faculty agree. The school system does not have a policy stipulating how schools can request ... (Full article: 1026 words)

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