Microsoft is rolling out the Bing in the Classroom program, which has just entered the second phase. Stage two will see a broad availability of ad-free and "safer" searching to all eligible K-12 public and private schools in the US. Advertising is stripped out and searches are prevented from being utilized for personalized advertising to help keep youngsters safe while online.

From Tuesday, qualified schools will be able to register for the free service that's being utilized by more than 4.5 million students. Check out in the above video how Microsoft is looking to change how kids in schools interact with the internet.

Source: TechNet