There’s a new study out that may have you thinking about when to send your child to school. New research found that students who are older than most of their classmates when starting kindergarten had an academic advantage over younger kids. Researchers paid particular attention to the differences between children born in August and those born in September, because that extra month often meant the students were more likely to wait an entire year before starting school. The study showed that the September-born children were 2.1 percent more likely to attend college compared to their August-born classmates. They also were 3.3 percent more likely to graduate from college, and 15.4 percent less likely to be get into trouble with the law while underage. Now, the report's authors warn against taking specific advice from the study but you can see the rest of the info right here.