School radio programs feeling the squeeze from a limited range of broadcast frequencies should follow the lead of California's Fremont High School.

At this urban high school in Oakland Unified School District (K-12, enr. 54,400), students enrolled in the school's Media Academy have been using the internet to broadcast a student-produced radio program for more than two years.

According to Michael Jackson, director of the Media Academy and the...

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