Report Ideas Pilfered, But Unlikely To Get Used

My sense is that the big 21st century skills report from earlier this week (Schools In A Time Warp) is going to have about as much real effect as the Baker Study Group report on Iraq (ie, little or none), but Eduwonk fills us in that already it's pissed off some folks by appropriating their reform ideas (Eduwonk.com). Is a reform idea still considered stolen if it's never used? I think so.

UPDATE: It's strange that Time and CNN had this a few days ago but others are just getting to it now: Commission pushes for overhaul of school system


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