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Expand your curriculum through project-based learning.


For Lead Teachers

Are you an expert teacher with experience in culturally-relevant, project-based learning? Our Lead Teachers open up a mini-unit in their curriculum for other teachers and their students to join. Lead Teachers also receive a $5K stipend and take part in a professional learning community!


For Teacher Fellows

Are you looking for engaging, thematic units to integrate into your classroom? Our Teacher Fellows and their students participate in another Lead Teacher's class all while receiving professional development points (PDPs) and being part of a learning community with Lead Teachers.


For Students

Are you interested in fun, engaging, and rigorous courses? Are you looking for a class that will help you reach your personal goals, and allow you to connect with talented students across the state? Check out our course catalog and sign up for a Campus Without Wall Course today!

How it Works

We identify Lead Teachers


CWW identifies talented Lead Teachers across Massachusetts in district public, charter, parochial, and private schools. These Lead Teachers are all committed to culturally responsive, project-based learning, have a high bar for rigor, and have a proven track record of delivering fun, engaging lessons for middle and high school students. Lead Teachers take part in a vibrant professional learning community and also receive a $5k stipend!


Next, Lead Teachers identify their most exciting thematic units

Our Lead Teachers identify 4-8 week-long thematic units in their existing curriculum. These units are shared with Teacher Fellows and their students for FREE! Teacher Fellows receive bi-weekly coaching and ongoing support from one of our amazing Lead Teachers to implement the lessons in their classrooms. Teacher Fellows can also earn professional development points (PDP’s) through participation in Campus Without Walls.


Lastly, we connect teacher to teacher and classroom to classroom

The Lead Teachers’ and Teacher Fellows’ classrooms are connected via Zoom - even though they are each live and in-person with their own students. Participants throughout Massachusetts are now learning in a Campus Without Walls! Check out our course catalog and sign up for a Campus Without Walls course today!

Meet Our Lead Teachers

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Taught By: Taylor Roberts, Lilla G. Frederick

Taylor Roberts is a middle school humanities teacher at Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School.

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Raksmey Derival,
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Ms. Derival (she/they) is a second-generation Cambodian woman, daughter of refugee...

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Oris T. Bryant,
Noble and Greenough School

Oris T. Bryant has been an educator for a total of 18 years. Raised in Mattapan and after graduating from Brown University with a law ...

Popular courses

Taught by talented and experienced Lead Teachers across Massachusetts, our Core Classes feature culturally responsive, project-based courses in English Language Arts, History, Humanities, Math, Science, and Electives. Our Enrichment Modules cover various topics, including College & Career Readiness, Entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and much more!


Who Are The People in Your Neighborhood?: Equity vs. Equality vs. Liberation

Taught By: Taylor Roberts, Lilla G. Frederick

March 20-May 26th


Environmental Justice

Taught By: Nakia Navarro, Jean Charles Academy

March 20 - May 26, 2023


Forensic Science: Blood Analysis

Taught By: Raksmey Derival, Innovation Academy Charter School

March 20 - April 14, 2023

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Courses and programs in subjects most in  demand by students and educators.

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