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Bing for Schools Launches

The Microsoft initiative, Bing for Schools, launched today. Part of the initiative is incentives for free Microsoft Surface RT tablets for the classroom. Microsoft will “aggregate the credits for everyone supporting each school and when they reach 30,000 credits, we’ll convert those into a Microsoft Surface RT tablet with Touch Cover that will be sent directly to the school.”

Anyone may sign up for the Bing Rewards program. Microsoft updated the Bing for Schools site with new pages to help parents, teachers, and students understand how they can participate, and one for administrators to learn about the details of the program and submit their request to join.

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10 years ago

I see Microsoft has to pay people to use Bing.