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|What cause and effect relationship is described in this Article?
|If all schools in a district start around the same time, the cost of providing buses and drivers will increase
|What is this Article mainly about?
|Some schools in the U.S. are moving to later start times, but there’s ongoing debate about whether starting school later will make a difference in students’ health and success at school and whether the predicted benefits justify the problems caused by implementing the shift.
|Which of these is a statement of opinion?
|Adolescents with later school start times will take advantage of the additional time for sleeping in the morning by staying up later at night.
|Which is the closest synonym for the word lassitude?
|Which of these statements is contrary to the ideas presented in the Article?
|The amount of time that adolescents spend sleeping is more important than what time of day they sleep.
|The author’s purpose for writing this passage was to __.
|emphasize how important sleep is for adolescents
|Which is the closest antonym for the word certitude?
|Which passage from the Article best supports the idea that it’s too soon to tell whether or not students will
benefit from a later school start time?
|Opponents argue there’s no certitude that the policy will lead to students getting more sleep. (A law that mandated bedtimes would be a real nightmare, right?!)
Although data suggest students do get more sleep when schools start later, additional research is needed. And schools that start later will finish later, too, leaving students with less time for things like sports, jobs, chores, homework, and—last but not least—fun.