Education advocates are applauding the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for what they view as a victory for distance education. The agency has released a decision that will allow future wireless devices to use more space on the airwaves, but won't take away segments used by schools to do so.

In a unanimous vote disclosed Sept. 24, the FCC decided not to give the spectrum outright to wireless telephone companies so they could use it for

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