Kyla Wahlstrom

Center for Applied Research and Education Improvement, University of Minnesota

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Lecturer and Director for the Center for Applied Research and Education Improvement at the University of Minnesota

Kyla Wahlstrom on KCRW

Teenagers who sleep in on the weekends or fall asleep in class during the week aren’t necessarily lazy.

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Teenagers who sleep in on the weekends or fall asleep in class during the week aren’t necessarily lazy.

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