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Why was Jilly Dos Santos concerned about the school board’s pending decision?
In what ways did Jilly use technology in her quest for more sleep time?
Was Jilly successful in her quest to delay the time for opening school? Explain.
How does the chemical melatonin help regulate our sleep cycle?
Where is melatonin produced in the body?
What is the role of NAT in the production of melatonin?
When is NAT activity the greatest?
Why does melatonin production often result in teens receiving less than nine hours of sleep per night?
Give three examples of positive results reported from school districts that adopted later start times.