The number of times you read Goodnight Moon to your kids could be key to their future success.That's just a slight exaggeration of the take-home from a study of inequality among children, which conservative David Brooks highlights in a recent column. Low-income and high-income children are now parented in vastly different ways, and its correlated with very different outcomes later in life.
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