Google is rolling out a new ad-tech program aimed at teachers.
Google is testing a new platform called AdWords to help teachers make better use of the company’s search technology.
In the program, teachers can get ads that will give them personalized recommendations based on a child’s learning style.
Teachers will also be able to send messages to their students, which will be tailored to their needs.
In an email to CNNMoney, Google spokesperson Ben Dreyfuss said, “AdWords is an incredible tool for teachers and their students.
We are pleased to be partnering with schools in this new program and we look forward to sharing more information with them.”
The program is part of a broader effort Google is making to grow its ad technology business.
It is building partnerships with media and tech companies, including Amazon and Facebook, to make its search technology easier to use.
In January, Google announced it had raised $5.6 billion to buy the startup company Google Home.
Google Home will continue to sell devices, but Google will also give teachers a voice on its platform.