The conclusion: There's not much to find. Education just isn't his issue. At least, not right now.
This quote from Hoff's story pretty much says it all:
“I don’t think he has a strong track record of putting education at the top of his priorities,” said Frank Davidson, the superintendent of the 8,000-student Casa Grande Elementary School District in Casa Grande, Ariz.
It doesn't help that McCain's campaign office won't respond to requests for information either (as Hoff's story explains).
While Hoff's story notes that a federal hands-off approach may be appealing to some education advocates, it would still be nice if McCain would offer some more details on, at a minimum, what he would do with No Child Left Behind. Like it or not, if elected, McCain would have to deal with the law.