School search is becoming a reality, and it’s not just for school websites.
The study released by the internet search research firm Moz on Tuesday showed that more than half of all search engines use a school search algorithm.
The firm analyzed Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
Moz found that the average search engine has 10% of the websites it serves as a search result.
The majority of websites have about 40% of their pages searched.
A third of search results are in school search.
The report said that most search engines were not able to identify schools with their own algorithms.
A search on the Google search engine results page shows results for more than a thousand schools in the United States, including more than 1,000 in the states of Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky.
Google has been working with the Department of Education to improve search for schools in recent years.