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Monroe to offer college classes on video
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MONROE - Students at Monroe High School may have an expanded course offering for technical college credits as early as the second semester of this school year. The Monroe school board unanimously approved spending $31,193.79 to purchase an interactive two-way, video-endpoint access, so students can take classes from Blackhawk Technical College. Getting into the distance-learning arena was an important step in Monroe Business Administrator Ron Olson's view.