I not only read Bender et. al, but I also seem to remember sitting on a panel devoted to the book at a meeting of the Conference on Faith and History. The fact that I don't remember the details means that either the session never took place, I am getting old, or I am too lazy to go check my vita.
In the recent issue (February 2014) of Perspectives on History, James Banner Jr. revisits The Education of Historians for the Twenty-First Century and concludes that we have "much more to do" in preparing historians for the twenty-first century.
Here is a taste: