A study by Dr. Robert Vorona, a sleep medicine professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Va., suggests that teen drivers get into more accidents the earlier they wake up. He suggests opening high schools later in the day to resolve this problem.
Finally, somebody gets it. If you don’t want teens on the road when they’re still drunk, let them sleep it off a little longer.
This plan is a win-win:
1. The teens get to tie one on and still graduate, and
2. Only the teacher’s lounge will still smell like gin.