The Federal Communications Commission says it needs more time to identify and then auction off slices of the airwaves that can be used to give consumers the next generation of wireless services. The announcement means schools will have to wait a little longer before they learn whether a portion of the spectrum used for distance learning may be reallocated by the agency.

Companies are eager to get new airwaves licenses from the government, so they can

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