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This sounds like a great story for a local TV news station - you being interviewed, talking about why you set this up, the young people talking about why it's so awesome, and then you saying that you are running into issues regarding running out of CPU or RAM all the time and why this is an issue. If the story could link to a GoFundMe you set up just to raise money for this or a page on your web site that talks about how awesome this program is but the challenges you face, you will probably end up with donations and, maybe, an offer for server space from someone in the position to do so.
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
Hi! If you haven't already found a host to work with and still need guidance, I'm pulling in my son, who runs a Minecraft server with some of his friends.
He feels like your needs could met under budget -- no discount required -- with Pebblehost. You would likely need 16GB of RAM for 45 players, and they host for $1/GB on their budget plan. He has used several hosts and got the best performance and customer service from Pebblehost. (He recommended avoiding MCProHosting if possible, due to negative experiences he had with customer service.) Disclaimer: he has only hosted Java Edition, so is not sure if requirements would be much different for Bedrock Edition. Pebblehost has plans for both. He also said if you're running Java Edition that Paper (formerly Spigot) is "a must" if at all possible.
If you have any other questions based on this, please feel free to post them in a reply. He's been doing it for a while and more than happy to help!
Wow, this amazing from you. Making children interact through gaming, you have my support! I think this is the best way to impose to children some ideas and principles of communication and socialization. I let my kids to play minecraft on minecraftservers.biz, because of this purpose. It also develops their creativity and logical thinking when they have to build some objects from different materials. I believe that studying through gaming is the best way, and this should be the future, because the existing method is so old, and the new generation is already bored of it.
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