Join the movement, make an impact in education.

The CK-12 Champion program is a global network of passionate educators evangelizing CK-12 & technology to transform education. Join the community and help further the CK-12 mission. The amount of effort you put into it is entirely up to you.

  • Meet fellow educators who share the same passion
  • Learn best practices and share experiences
  • Be the first to know about CK-12′s new features
  • Get recognized and rewarded!

Sign up to become a CK-12 champion

What does a CK-12 Champion do?

You don’t need to go above and beyond. Download all the resources you need on our Share Page. Here are a few things you can do to kickstart your CK-12 Champion status.

Promote CK-12 in your district (online/offline)
Give feedback and/or a testimonial
Refer a colleague
Present at a conference
Host a workshop
Organize/participate in a local meetup
Create/contribute content
Have you already done any of these? Tell us!
Josh Franco

High School Math and Science Teacher

Josh started using CK-12 when his school went 1:1 with iPads and now uses CK-12 for all the 200 students that he teaches. He was recently featured in an FPU blog about Common Core &Digital Textbooks. He inspires his fellow teachers and empowers them to customize their own teacher materials by sharing his experiences going digital in the classroom with CK-12.

Hear it from our Champions
“I love CK-12 because of the variety of content and ease of development. I want to change the mindset of teachers and encourage them to create their own FlexBooks. Math teachers are calling it a “life-savior.”
Lya S.
Math Coordinator
“”I love that I can create my own textbooks. I have created my own video tutorials to help other teachers &show them how easy it is. I also present in conferences and host workshops for FlexBook creation and customization.”
Renee S.
Math Teacher
“I have completely adopted the CK-12 Biology FlexBook for my feshman Biology course, and it’s been working out great. The variety of devices that the books can be access on is phenomenal.”
Andrew R.
Science Teacher