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How kids’ sleep schedules impact them at school

Aaliyah Wright, 25, of Washington, holds their newborn daughter Kali, as her husband Kainan Wright, 24, of Washington, holds their sleeping son Khaza, 1, during a visit to the children’s grandmother in Accokeek, Md., Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. A landmark social program is being pioneered in the nation’s capital. Coined “Baby Bonds,” the program is designed to narrow the wealth gap. The program would provide children of the city’s poorest families up to $25,000 when they reach adulthood. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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How kids’ sleep schedules impact them at school

Leaving summer behind for the school year could mean earlier mornings, but how much sleep do your kids need to function at their best in the classroom?

Reset learns more from two pediatric sleep experts.

GUESTS: Dr. Montida Veeravigrom, pediatric neurologist with the UChicago Medicine Sleep Disorders Center

Joy Johnican, nurse associate in pediatric neurology

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