A good research project, whatever the results, will generate leads for others to follow.
This is a very quick synopsis of the results and discussion.
I would encourage an in-depth look at the reactions of students to such a change.
This sort of study would help determine the actual effects of a later start time on the time management and sleep habits of students.
As addressed in my analysis of recent research, the advantages of a later starting time for high school students significantly outweigh the disadvantages.
A later starting time would allow teens more time to sleep--something that is important for their physical and mental health--and ultimately improve their academic performance and behavior.
In other words, it is reminding the reader of the main argument.
For most course papers, it is usually one paragraph that simply and succinctly restates the main ideas and arguments, pulling everything together to help clarify the thesis of the paper.
Do your findings open up any suggestions for future research?
For a shorter paper, this is not always essential, but you can highlight any possible areas of interest and give some ideas for those following.