Despite calling education "the civil rights issue of the 21st century" during the final presidential debate Oct. 10, Sen. John McCain also said: "There's no doubt that we have achieved equal access to schools in America after a long and difficult and terrible struggle." It was a telling remark that might suggest how out-of-touch McCain is when it comes to American schools, writes Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley. "In what America does John McCain live?" Riley writes. "He must have missed the 2002 study done by the Civil Rights Project showing a trend toward resegregation that is pushing schools...

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