In many places, students must arrive very early in the morning to attend school. Some people believe that starting the school day early is the best approach to support learning, but others believe that starting the school day at a later time in the morning would be better for students. Which view do you agree with and why?Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Education regulations are one of the most cardinal concerns of any society since they greatly affect the quality of students studying and learning. One of these regulations is the daytime that school should start work. Although some believe that it is better for students that schools start to work early in the day, others believe otherwise. I personally subscribe to the latter belief on the grounds which will be explored in the upcoming paragraphs. To begin with, most of the students can not get sufficient sleep due to the huge amount of assignments, exams, and reading materials. Thus, if you go to a class around 8 am, you will find most of the students sleepy and bored. Even though their body is in the class, their brain is asleep. By starting school early in the morning, not only will students hate the school, but also they do not focus and pay attention in class because they are so tired. Therefore, students are going to have no idea about what the teacher taught them in the first class of the day. In my opinion, it is better for students to sleep as much as they need, so they can be vivid and vigilant in class. Furthermore, since students cannot sleep in school, they will feel tired all day until they go home after school. Then, instead of a short break, such as taking a shower and eating a snack, they will sleep to refresh themselves, resulting in losing all the day and not doing any study-related activity, which will lead to drastically weak performance in their exams. So, the less sleep time students get, the lower their studying quality will be. By starting school at a later time, it is possible to avoid such problems and help students to use their days more efficiently. My little brother is a compelling example of this approach. My brother used to come home right after school and sleep until 7 pm, and even then, he felt tired; however, recently, his school changed their starting time from 8 am to 10 am. Now my brother comes home around 4 pm, and he feels as great as morning and, after just a short-time rest, starts to do his assignments. To sum up, in my opinion, it is better that schools start at a later time because, first, students can get enough sleep and be well prepared for the classes, and second, students will now feel tired after school, so they can use their time to study. If we really care about our students' health and education performance, we should not start school very early in the morning.
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