Army education has easier credentialing access, no multiple choice exams in its future

Federal Drive with Tom Temin show

Summary: When academic standards seem to be melting everywhere, the Army is going in the opposite direction. It is getting rid of multiple choice questions in its courses. Army brass want to better prepare soldiers to earn college credit and credentials for when they leave the military. They think more writing and thinking-based examinations might help. Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione reported on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.