California pushes back school start times for middle and high-school students
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Students in California, rejoice. You’ll soon be able to sleep in a little more. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation on Sunday that pushes school start times later. Under the new law, middle schools will start classes at 8 a.m. or after, while high schools will start classes at 8:30 a.m. or after. Optional early classes will still be allowed. The law applies to public and charter schools, though rural school districts are exempt. The new start times go into effect by July [

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