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Starting the school day later

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Have you ever wished you could start your school day later? Maybe swap that 8:30am class for 10:30am?

New research from Oxford University has shown what students have always wanted: beginning work later in the day is actually better for our brains and bodies. 

But will these later starts happen any time soon in Australia?

Reporter Tara Cosoleto finds out.

 

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