Kareem Farah taught high school math in Hawaii and Washington, DC, for six years. He earned his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and later received a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education at Johns Hopkins University. Kareem was awarded the 2018 DC Public Schools Award for Classroom Innovation. In an effort to scale his classroom model, Kareem launched a nonprofit, The Modern Classrooms Project. As the Executive Director of The Modern Classrooms Project, Kareem trains and supports educators who seek to develop blended, self-paced, mastery-based classrooms of their own.