Now teenagers can sleep in the state

Many schools start too early, which contributes to the lack of sleep among American teens.

California will be the first state in the country to require late starters this summer.

It was hard for Terra Ziporyn Snider of North Park, Maryland, to wake up her son at 7:17 the first hour when he was in high school. 

There were times when he turned on the shower and then returned to bed, waiting for the water to warm up to fall asleep again.

One morning he came out of the door, but he couldn't escape: he pushed the car out of the garage door again because he had forgotten to open it.

That was in 2012. And although the problems of her children's morning school, Ziporyn Snider, led to the co-founder of the nationwide non-profit organization Start School Later, the school has now moved to 8:30 p.m. time to start in the morning, 

Almost this autumn. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which has been calling for late teaching since 2014, recommends high schools and high schools start at 8:30 p.m. 

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