In academic push, "quiet time" replaces classroom shut-eye
It's an experience many of us have had - comfy little naps during kindergarten. In the push for better classroom performance at all grade levels, naps for young students are becoming a thing of the past. Are we educating a generation of sleep-deprived children? Gail Smith-Arrants of the Charlotte Observer takes a look.
Tags: Kindergarten, K-12, Student Achievement, Education, Student Sleep, Sleep, Education by Sistrunk