Or Bennington College. According to recent research in the UK, the wealthier the parents, the smarter the children.
OK, that might be a tad inaccurate or simplistic. The study found that:
A five-year-old whose parents earn more than £67,500* has reading skills six months more advanced than one whose parents are jobless...The children of those earning between £30,000 and £66,000 have an advantage of almost four months, and of those with a joint wage of between £15,000 and £30,000, less than two months. Children whose parents' earned income is between £2,500 and £15,000 are three weeks more advanced.Ah-hah, so this only happens if the income is earned, not inherited? Alors, je comprends tout, Paris.
On the bright side, now you can stop calling it "working late," and start calling it, "making the kid smarter."
Children of rich parents are better at reading [Observer UK]
* To calculate the equivalent in $US, just add a zero.