The world is stuck at home as part of the fight against the spread of . This has led to a huge jump in gaming activity across multiple platforms. to save bandwidth for more crucial data. But just because people are spending more time with games doesn’t mean kids can’t still learn. And plans to help with that by launching free educational content in its .
You can open the right now to find a new Education category. This section includes lessons that Microsoft originally included in Minecraft: Education Edition. They enable students to explore the International Space Station, the inner workings of the human eye, and more. All of the material in the Education category is available for free through June 30.