Microsoft is giving away free Minecraft Education content to help with distance learning for kids that are out of school thanks to Covid-19.
Microsoft, the company that owns Minecraft, announced that they have added a new category to the Minecraft Marketplace that includes content meant to help supplement learning on a variety of subjects. The content includes things like a model of the human eye and a very detailed map of Washington DC.
Educators around the world are doing everything they can to provide digital lessons for the half a billion students who are out of school due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is not an easy task and we want to do our part to help keep young minds sharp and stimulated.Microsoft
All of this new content is free to download from the Microsoft Marketplace until June 30, 2020.
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