When the now infamous iPad came out only a year ago, there were quite a bit of demoting outlooks on the device but today you're considered old fashion without one. You could say that Standards Based Reporting is the same way.
When they were released to the world not everyone latched onto them, they were kind of leery to take that first step.
When the iPad came out there were those Apple fanatics that had their device pre-ordered.
When standards based reporting came out there were some that were all for it.
Most people wanted nothing to do with a "giant iPod Touch".
We've taught this way for 100+ years and it hasn't failed us yet.
Apple has provided updates and newer models to make a good device great.
People have developed methods and made them fit their needs and students.
Apple has sold over 1 million iPads and probably even 2 million by the time I'm done typing this.
Schools are looking into and experimenting with Standards Based Reporting if they don't all ready have the system.
The iPad may have only been out for a year while standards based has been for about 10, but everyone has their own five minutes of fame.
How long do you think it will take for the majority of U.S. schools to switch to #SBAR? Is there any other way to compare the two?