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Early enrollment open for ad-free search

When students use Google for searches in school, they are shown ads that can distract from their studies. Bing for Schools removes all ads from searches on the school’s network, adds strict filters to help prevent adult content, and enhances privacy protections.

Watch the video to learn more about Bing for Schools.

Bing for Schools is available at no charge for K-12 schools in the U.S., public or private—send a sign-up request for your child’s school. This is an initial pilot program and space is limited.

Get safer, ad-free search for your school district

Send a sign-up request for your child's school below.

Bing is different.

We don’t display ads to students in class. For ad-free search in schools, try Bing for Schools.

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See how a student could be confused by ads during an online search in the classroom.

If you want your child focused on the history of Mesopotamia—rather than ads—then request Bing for Schools.

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Scroogled pronunciation
verb

Word Origin:

Google's ongoing use of invasive tactics to maximize their advertising profits.

Definition:

1. The Google practice of selling their shopping search results to a high bidder; known to produce intense anger in online shoppers who might miss out on the best price or the highest quality items.

2. The Google practice of going through your personal Gmail for keywords so they can target you with ads.

3. The Google practice of giving third-party app makers your personal info without clear warning, including full name, email address and the neighborhood where you live.

4. The Google practice of going through your personal Gmail for keywords so they can target your inbox with ads.

5. The Google Chromebook’s inability to perform many basic laptop functions such as running Windows programs along with its incompatibility with many printers, scanners, digital camera, and smartphone software.

See also: bug; eavesdrop; eyeball; listen in; observe; peek; peer; pry; scan; snoop; spy; tap; wiretap.

Sample sentence:

"Even if you’re not a Gmail user, you get Scroogled because Google goes through your personal emails sent to someone using Gmail."