Microsoft has announced that Bing in the Classroom, its ad-free version of Bing that was launched in a pilot program in 2013, is now available for all U.S. K-12 schools.
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Microsoft has announced the launch of a new ad-free pilot program called Bing for Schools, which it claims is the first time that a search service offers schools a choice of no ads in its results.
Microsoft has announced plans to launch Bing For Schools, a program that will allow K-12 students to use Bing at their schools with all ads removed from search results and more.