TIM CAVANAUGH: “As Sinclair Lewis should have said, when segregation returns to American public schools it will come wrapped in a union contract and carrying a copy of The State of America’s Children.”

Plus this: “The idea seems to be that segregation is bad when it results from the choices made by private people, but helpful when it’s clothed in liberal good intentions and forced on students deemed to be collectively underperforming.” Actually, isn’t that pretty much how we got segregation the first time?