Minecraft offered as compulsory class in Sweden

Posted on January 30th, 2013

One hundred and eighty students at the Stockholm Viktor Rydberg school will participate in a new program that uses Minecraft in the class. The teacher hopes the students will learn about city planning, environmental issues and how to plan for the future. This is the original article in Swedish.

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