Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine are exploring whether educating children about sleep within their pre-kindergarten curriculum will help them perform better in school, reports Spectrum News.

“The parents receive a one-hour workshop about why their children need sleep. It goes through the phases of sleep, the benefits of sleep. The teachers learn how to deliver a curriculum to children. Then the children learn the curriculum. It’s two weeks, or four days per week, 40 minutes per day.”