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A year ago, the schoolyard at the Add B. Anderson School in West Philadelphia was nothing but bare concrete. Now, it's a revamped green space that serves the whole community. Meredith Rizzo hide caption

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Meredith Rizzo

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, pictured on Wednesday, announced on Thursday that the country's schools will offer free period products starting later this year. Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images hide caption

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Teens' biological clock drives them to stay up late and sleep in. Most school start times don't accommodate that drive. Jasper Cole/Getty Images hide caption

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Sleepless No More In Seattle — Later School Start Time Pays Off For Teens

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