National publication cites UWGB student in look at changing marketplace

This item from the online publication Inside Higher Education caught our attention: “It was last December, and the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay’s holiday break had begun. But Alex Stenner, a sophomore and human biology major there, spent his two weeks off earning three credits from the university. And he did it without attending a single class… at a total cost of $90.” The fairly lengthy article talks MOOCs, DSST, CLEP testing, and alternative approaches to accumulating college credits.