Request: 2018 is the year that Minecraft Education provides skins that help make Minecraft represent everyone. Wheelchair character skins, amputee skins (possible robotic limbs) and I'm sure with Microsoft's awesome history in this area more inclusionary skins can be identified. This would be a big announcement and any technical or artistic hurdles are worth the time and effort. There's a lot of pride and love that goes with an update like this.
Response: Minecraft: Education Edition is currently not compatible with mods. All worlds that have been approved for use with Minecraft: Education Edition can be found on our lessons page and in the Library in-game. However, it is possible to create custom resource packs for the game to change many aspects of the game. Take a look at this video from one of our amazing mentors to learn more about using resource packs with Minecraft: Education Edition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqFw0pf3Tkw&t=5s
This is in an effort to keep the education environment safe for all. Our development team is actively researching more skins to include. We'd love to hear your constructive thoughts below. Why are you interested in this feature, and what is the impact on your current teaching situation?
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