Minecraft: Education Edition, the education version of the popular sandbox game, was first introduced in 2016 and Microsoft has announced that it will be made available for iPads in September. The company also said that there are now 35 million licensed teachers and students of the title in 115 countries. The game will already be accessible by schools that are licensed through Microsoft 365 for Education. Educators who want to register for it can learn how to license the game here. Additionally, Microsoft announced that players on Windows 10 PC and Xbox console version of the game outside of school can now use the Chemistry Resource Pack, which was originally released for Minecraft: Education Edition.
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