“Bing For Schools” Becomes “Bing In The Classroom” & Makes Program Available To All Schools
Originally launched in August of last year as Bing for Schools, the new Bing in the Classroom program has moved out of its pilot phase and is now available to all US schools, grades K through 12. For participating schools, the free program offers ad-free and safe searches, daily lesson plans, as well as opportunities […]
For participating schools, the free program offers ad-free and safe searches, daily lesson plans, as well as opportunities to earn Reward Points that can be redeemed for Surface tablets.
According to the announcement, Bing in the Classroom is already being used by more than 4.5 million students in over 5,000 schools, and has produced more than 500 lesson plans. Bing also claims 9,000 people have donated over two-million reward credits to 8,000 different schools.
Any interested schools can enroll in the program at: bing.com/classroom.
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