CK-12 Founder, Neeru Khosla speaks to ABC News
In 2007 Neeru Khosla founded CK-12 with the mission of providing high-quality educational content to students and teachers around the world, all for free. In a world where spending millions of dollars on textbooks is common and keeping them far past their expiration date is almost a given, Neeru's idea was a big one.
CK-12 started with just Flexbooks, digital textbooks that could be customized to fit any standard, flipped or blended classroom for any kind of learner. Over the years, we've grown and grown and look what we've become!
On the CK-12 website today, you can find not only those customizeable digital textbooks, but you will also find videos, simulations, lesson plans, study guides, flashcards, assesments, class groups and study groups and more for over 5,000 STEM concepts. And just like in 2007, everything is free. It always will be!
This past week, Neeru had the oppotunity to share the CK-12 story with the ABC news team. We work so hard to get these excellent STEM concepts and digital textbooks out to you and we are delighted to share it in such a large way on national TV.
Watch the video below to see the full story aired earlier on ABC:
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