A year ago, Microsoft launched a beta of its ad-free “Bing For Schools” program, which promises to give K-12 students access to an ad-free search experience with additional content filters, privacy protections and a couple of specialized learning features to enhance digital literacy. Today, it’s taking this program — which is now called “Bing in the Classroom” — out of beta. With this, the… Read More
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