Army Changing Enlisted Education Curriculum

The Army is changing its 40-year-old enlisted education system with a new curriculum and an online course offering graded decisions that carry over to all academies for noncommissioned officers.

Soldiers attending the improved Basic Leader Course will now be evaluated on writing essays, public speaking and giving training classes to their peers during the monthlong resident course.

A new revamped online program β€” known as the Distributed Leader Course β€” kicks off this month. The old Structured Self-Development Course dating back to the 1970s will be phased out over the next two years.

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