"The data suggest that knowledge in this executive elite school is academic, intellectual, and rigorous. There is an attempt to teach more, more difficult, concepts than in any other school. Knowledge results not from personal activity or attempts to make sense, but from following rules of good thought, from rationality and reasoning." (Anyon, 31)
The higher-class schools have more expected of them but also have more handed to them. They are expected to succeed at higher paying and better jobs than lower-class people are expected to. They have a lot more privileges and get special treatment, so they meet the set standards.