Where can I find support articles for schools not starting later in the day?

Question by Phil M: Where can I find support articles for schools not starting later in the day?
I have a debate in my speech and debate class about schools starting later in the day. Unfortunatly, we got chosen as the negative side, meaning we have to argue that schools shouldn’t start later in the day. Can anybody tell me where I can find articles or support for my side?

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Gentrification, Exhibit A

Gentrification, Exhibit A
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Image by NCinDC
Facing north on the 900 block of 5th Street NW in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

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The Louis’ Rogue strip club, located at 476 K Street NW (also known as 933-935 5th Street NW), is on the right-hand side. The club’s buildings, historically known as the McDermott Shops, are designated as contributing properties to the Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.

From the National Park Service – "The historic district is buttressed at the corner of 5th and K Streets by some of the neighborhood’s oldest standing structures, consisting of four attached, three-story, brick buildings from the 1870s and 1880s…..The corner structure, facing 5th Street, and extending along the south side of K Street to abut 472 K Street, actually consists of three separate buildings, originally constructed in 1883 and 1885, by the same owner, but rebuilt around the turn of the 20th-century following a fire. The three substantial, three-story brick buildings share a unified appearance, along with a continuous corbelled brick cornice and similarly styled brick hood moldings over the segmentally arched windows. These buildings were all originally built with stores on the first floor and residences above. The corner two buildings (933-935 5th Street) ultimately served a primarily commercial purpose, operating as a "feed" store into the 20th century, while 931 5th Street operated first as a stove store, and later became a residence and bicycle dealership. Although the first floor of these three buildings has been altered by the addition of an incompatible storefront, the upper floors remain intact."

"John McDermott, an established carriage builder in the city and speculator in city real estate, saw the potential for profit in the area afforded by the new market. In 1883, McDermott, whose manufactory was located at 310 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, applied for a permit to build two substantial three-story brick dwellings/stores at the corner of 5th and K Streets strategically located immediately across from the new market. The new brick buildings were to replace earlier frame dwellings on the site that were home to a basketmaker, a huckster, and a blacksmith. In 1888, five years after they were completed, the new buildings at 933-935 5th Street are shown on the Sanborn Fire Insurance maps as a produce store. By 1890, the combined buildings operated exclusively as a flour and feed store. In 1885, McDermott built the adjoining three-story brick building at 931 5th Street to accommodate a "stove" store. These three comer buildings are, today, the most visually prominent buildings in the historic district."

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The CityVista mixed-use development, located at 475 K Street NW, is in the background. Built 2005-2008, CityVista, the neighborhood’s largest development, was co-designed by Michael Marshall Architecture and Torti Gallas and Partners. It’s comprised of three residential towers with 224 apartments and 441 condominiums. Commercial tenants on the ground level include a 24-hour Safeway, Busboys and Poets, Taylor Gourmet, and Vida Fitness, among others. The site’s southwest corner features two artworks, Lift Off, a 2009 sculpture by David Black, and Inspiration, a 2010 sculpture by Ethan Kerber.

Sleeping

Sleeping
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Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in an Aug 5, 2008 NowPublic blog entitled "Waiting for iPhone 3g." It was also published in a Mar 25, 2010 Wikimedia Commons blog with the title "File:Sleeping-1-dot-jpg." It was also published in a Nov 8, 2008 blog titled "The Importance of Sleep to Teenagers." And it was published in a Jul 6, 2010 blog titled "Keep Dreaming, Kid: Rhode Island High School Tells Students to Sleep In." It was also published in a Sep 8, 2010 blog titled "Sleep less than 6 hours a night? Hello, diabetes…" And it was published ina Dec 21, 2010 blog titled "Not Just for Kids — the Surprising Health Issues of Midlife Women.."

The photo was also published in a Feb 7, 2011 blog titled "." And it was published in a May 25, 2011 Cool iPhone images blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. It was also published in a May 27, 2011 "The Daily Sleep" blog in a posting titled "Too Much Going On In Teen Life." And it was published in a Jun 29, 2011 Cool Sleep Importance Issues blog, with the same caption and detailed notes I had written on this Flickr page. It was also published in an undated (early Jul 2011) blog titled "5 Reasons Sleep Affects Your Fitness." And it was published in a Sep 16, 2011 Slate blog posting titled "Le bonheur appartient à ceux qui se lèvent tôt." It was also published in an Oct 12, 2011 blog titled "Donne e problemi notturni/1: il cervello lavora fino a tardy." And it was published in a Nov 28, 2011 blog titled "How to Perfect Your Sleep Cycle." It was also published in a Dec 15, 2011 blog titled "Dormi più di dieci ore per notte? Leggi qui."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in an undated (late Jan 2012) blog titled "Serial dilution, or … How to Count to a Million." It was also published in a Feb 6, 2012 blog titled "t10 Reasons It’s Awesome to Be an Insomniac." And it was published in a Feb 20, 2012 "Mag for Women" blog titled "6 Signs of Sleep Deprivation." It was also published in a May 23, 2012 blog titled "Sleep Bot, la aplicación que le ayudará a tener dulcet sueños." And it was published in an undated (early Jun 2012) blog titled "効果的な予防策は?" It was also published in a Jun 15, 2012 blog titled "Dormir pouco pode aumentar consumo de comidas gordurosas, did estudo." And it was published in an undated (mid-Jun 2012) blog titled "I RIMEDI NATURALI PER LA PRESSIONE BASSA." And it was published in a Jun 14, 2012 blog titled "Dormir pouco pode aumentar consumo de comidas gordurosas, diz estudo." It was also published in a Jun 30, 2012 blog titled "Nice Healthy Gadgets photos." And it was published in a Jul 18, 2012 blog titled "How Much Sleep Do You Need To Keep Your Memory Sharp?" It was also published in an Aug 31, 2012 blog titled "Crampi allo stomaco notturni, quali sono i rimedi." And it was published in an Oct 20, 2012 blog titled "Sonno e salute, ecco 9 motivi per dormire di più." It was also published in a Nov 24, 2012 blog titled Scoperto l’antidoto all’ipersonnia, aiuterà la Bella Addormentata? And it was published in a Dec 10, 2012 blog titled "OCD and Sleep."

Moving into 2013, the photo was published in an undated (late Feb 2013) blog titled "I RIMEDI NATURALI PER LA PRESSIONE BASSA." It was also published in a Mar 13, 2013 blog titled "Student health and effects of sleep deprivation: Best study habits include adequate sleep."

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Silly me: after the iPhone 3g had been out for a full week, I thought I could stroll right into the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue & 59th Street in mid-town Manhattan, and simply buy one without any muss, fuss, bother, or delay.

But when I arrived at 11 AM, I found a line of approximately 150 people waiting outside in the broiling sun, not seeming to move forward at all; it turned out that the Apple store "concierge" folks were letting them in in groups of ten, when the previous ten had been taken care of. When I asked the woman how long she had been waiting, she said, "Four hours" — she had arrived at 7 AM, having already determined that the AT&T stores were sold out throughout New Jersey and Connecticut.

Well, I’m a gadget freak and a Mac fan, but there’s a limit to my passion for such things; four hours was just too much. So instead, I decided to take a bunch of pictures of the people who were in the line. Of course, I have no idea whethere the people queued up in front of Apple stores in other cities (or at other stores here in NYC) are similar to this group … but I’m inclined to think that they are. And if that’s true, then the demographics of this group — in terms of age, gender, nationality, ethnic groups, etc. — is particularly intriguing. I saw only one guy dressed in a corporate uniform of suit and tie; Apple may be trying to break into the "enterprise" market, but that’s not who was standing in line for all those hours in the sun…

Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District

Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District
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Image by NCinDC
Facing north on the 900 block of 5th Street NW in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The older buildings in the foreground are designated as contributing properties to the Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. Historical details for two of the properties are found below.

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915 5th Street NW (foreground) – The offices of RHG Group Inc.

From the National Park Service – "The three-story dwelling at 915 5th Street, built in 1892, offers a glimpse into the history of the area’s late 19th-century growth. The tall and narrow, three-story brick residence with limited ornamentation was built on the site of an older frame house by speculative builder Charles Edmonston. Rather than build a long row of dwellings as was common for speculative builders in the city at that time, Edmonston stuck with a single building, perhaps an indication of the uncertainty of such an investment in this decidedly working-class neighborhood. Ghosting on the south side of this building reveals evidence of the pre-Civil War gable roofed dwelling that this building once abutted a dwelling form that was once a common phenomenon in the neighborhood and that no longer survives."

"Despite a preponderance of home-grown development, some outside speculation also came to Mount Vernon Triangle. The tall and narrow 915 5th Street was a speculative venture, constructed in 1892 by Charles Edmonston. Edmonston, identified as "the well known contractor and builder" by the Washington Post., had a 65-year construction career. Alone or in collaboration with his nephew, Edmonston erected numerous mansions on 16th Street, NW including the John Hay and Henry Adams houses across from Lafayette Square, the Chandler and Anderson houses near 16th and K Streets, and the Charles Sherman house at 1401 16th Street. Based upon his building resume, the small-scale apartment house in a working-class neighborhood was a sort of aberration for this builder; however, its occupation by members of the mercantile and trade community throughout the building’s history is consistent with the neighborhood’s socio-economic demographics."

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476 K Street NW, also known as 933-935 5th Street NW (corner) – The Louis’ Rogue strip club’s buildings are historically known as the McDermott Shops.

From the National Park Service – "The historic district is buttressed at the corner of 5th and K Streets by some of the neighborhood’s oldest standing structures, consisting of four attached, three-story, brick buildings from the 1870s and 1880s…..The corner structure, facing 5th Street, and extending along the south side of K Street to abut 472 K Street, actually consists of three separate buildings, originally constructed in 1883 and 1885, by the same owner, but rebuilt around the turn of the 20th-century following a fire. The three substantial, three-story brick buildings share a unified appearance, along with a continuous corbelled brick cornice and similarly styled brick hood moldings over the segmentally arched windows. These buildings were all originally built with stores on the first floor and residences above. The corner two buildings (933-935 5th Street) ultimately served a primarily commercial purpose, operating as a "feed" store into the 20th century, while 931 5th Street operated first as a stove store, and later became a residence and bicycle dealership. Although the first floor of these three buildings has been altered by the addition of an incompatible storefront, the upper floors remain intact."

"John McDermott, an established carriage builder in the city and speculator in city real estate, saw the potential for profit in the area afforded by the new market. In 1883, McDermott, whose manufactory was located at 310 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, applied for a permit to build two substantial three-story brick dwellings/stores at the corner of 5th and K Streets strategically located immediately across from the new market. The new brick buildings were to replace earlier frame dwellings on the site that were home to a basketmaker, a huckster, and a blacksmith. In 1888, five years after they were completed, the new buildings at 933-935 5th Street are shown on the Sanborn Fire Insurance maps as a produce store. By 1890, the combined buildings operated exclusively as a flour and feed store. In 1885, McDermott built the adjoining three-story brick building at 931 5th Street to accommodate a "stove" store. These three comer buildings are, today, the most visually prominent buildings in the historic district."

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The CityVista mixed-use development, located at 475 K Street NW, is in the background. Built 2005-2008, CityVista, the neighborhood’s largest development, was co-designed by Michael Marshall Architecture and Torti Gallas and Partners. It’s comprised of three residential towers with 224 apartments and 441 condominiums. Commercial tenants on the ground level include a 24-hour Safeway, Busboys and Poets, Taylor Gourmet, and Vida Fitness, among others. The site’s southwest corner features two artworks, Lift Off, a 2009 sculpture by David Black, and Inspiration, a 2010 sculpture by Ethan Kerber.

Top 25 Reasons to Get Running

Top 25 Reasons to Get Running
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Image by ianhun2009
(photo: under the Bank Street Bridge, Ottawa, April 4, 2012, 6:13 p.m.)

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From www.realbuzz.com

Top 25 reasons to get running / Top reasons why you should start running today

Running is one of the best forms of exercise, not only for getting fit but for weight control too. A 30-minute run, three to four times a week, trims your waistline, strengthens the cardiovascular system, improves muscle tone and definition and helps foster a positive mental attitude. Running can also be a great social activity. Here’s realbuzz.com’s top 25 tips on why you should start running today.

1. Running is the quickest way to cardiovascular fitness. You get fitter faster by running regularly.

2. Running is one of the cheapest forms of exercising. You only need a pair of running shoes and shorts and T-shirt to get started.

3. Running is easy to learn. Most people have run at some point in their life, either competitively or at school/college, so there is no steep learning curve involved.

4. Running makes you feel good, not only physically, but mentally as well.

5. Running is excellent for reducing stress levels. There is nothing better than a run to clear your head and concentrate the mind. Many great ideas have been formulated on training runs.

6. Running is one of the most flexible methods of training around. Wherever you are in the world, it is nearly always possible to get out for a run. You can jog, steady run or sprint depending on how you feel that particular day.

7. Running is good for your heart. It not only strengthens the heart but also reduces the actual resting heart rate.

8. Running is accessible to all. As long as you are physically able, you can go for a run virtually anytime and anywhere. There are no race barriers to running.

9. Running helps you to lose weight and tone muscles. The more your train and run, the more weight you will lose. Also by toning up, you are getting rid of the excess fat and converting it to muscle.

10. Running is for people of all ages. Old or young, everyone can benefit from running.

11. It is good for your s** life! By being more physically active you increase your s** drive.

12. When run training, you can get away with eating chocolate and legitimately say it is part of your training program.

13. Running is a great way to recover from a hangover. A run will help clear your head faster than sitting around feeling terrible.

14. Running is a great safety aid. Being able to run away from people puts you in a much better position if you are chased.

15. You can use running to change other people’s lives. Run for a charity and raise money to help the needy or less able.

16. Running with friends gives you time to catch up on gossip and get fit at the same time.

17. Running is a time-efficient way to get fit and lose weight so you have more free time after exercising to enjoy yourself.

18. Running is a challenge that can be motivational and bring great personal satisfaction.

19. Running is a great way to see a new place if you have limited time available for sightseeing. Just think how much more of a place you can see when running around it compared to walking.

20. Running improves your concentration as you are forced to concentrate more when running. This in turn improves your concentration when you have to focus in other areas of life.

21. You nearly always work better after a run because you are still on a runner’s high and feel ready for anything.

22. Running is a great way to meet people, especially if you join a club or enter a race.

23. There are no monthly subscriptions with running. You just put your running shoes on and go.

24. Endurance built-up through running can be transferred to other sports.

25. If you drink alcohol you can just run a little bit further the next day to work off the extra calories.