Microsoft on Sept. 8 is launching Redu, a Bing-powered web site that aims to act as a "homeroom" for people interested in learning more about the state of American schools, CNET reports. The site, to which Microsoft plans to link from, aspires to be an online hub for those looking to donate to schools, volunteer locally, or work in education. "This new site is a great way to galvanize interest and focus on public education," said Pamela Passman, vice president of corporate affairs at Microsoft. Among its features is a Bing Map that shows available job openings in the...

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