Minecraft: Education Edition periodically releases updates to our game and companion apps to add new features and continually improve the experience.
The June update is focused on releasing new aquatic features and fixing a few pesky bugs in our game client and companion apps. If you are having issues with this release, be sure to check out our Known Issues list and connect with us and other community members in our forums.
Minecraft: Education Edition Game Client version (1.4.0 Windows) (1.4.1 MacOS)
Code Connection (version1.5)
Classroom Mode (version 1.7)
Not sure what version of the client you are on? You can find the version number in the bottom left corner of the home screen of the both the game client and apps.
For more information on installing Minecraft: Education Edition and our companion apps, click here.
The April update is focused on fixing a few pesky bugs in our game client and companion apps. There were no new features added as part of this release. If you are having issues with this release, be sure to check out our Known Issues list and connect with us and other community members in our forums.
Minecraft: Education Edition Game Client (version 1.0.28)
Code Connection (version1.41)
Classroom Mode (version 1.61)
The Chemistry Update for Minecraft: Education Edition offers exciting new tools to explore the world of chemistry in Minecraft. The Chemistry Resource Pack allows you and your students to conduct experiments within Minecraft that simulate real world science.
Minecraft: Education Edition Game Client (version 1.0.27)
Code Connection (version 1.40)
Classroom Mode (version 1.60)
A full guide to getting started with the Chemistry Update can be found at https://aka.ms/labjournal
Updated July 13, 2018