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Lifelong Education and Learning

Lifelong education and learning opportunities made available through the Fairfax County Public Library

Teacher Resources

Teacher Toolbox

Book Group Discussion Kits
Ten books in a bag, accompanied by questions for book group discussion.

Educator Cards — No Fee, Annual Expiration
Educator cards can be issued to a preschool through post-secondary public or private school teacher or homeschool parent or guardian within Fairfax County or the City of Fairfax. Educator cards expire annually on June 30th, and are removed 1 year after the expiration date if not renewed.

LinkedIn Learning (formerly for Libraries)
With for Libraries Fairfax County Public Library card holders now have access to thousands of online courses geared toward business, technology and creative fields. Lynda is also available through a mobile app. To access, be sure to select the Organization tab and then input as the WebPortal

Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs)
View the Virginia Standards of Learning in English, mathematics, science, history, social science and more. See sample questions from previous years' tests. Read about the Virginia SOLs and Common Core State Standards.

Homeschool Teachers

Fairfax County Public Schools — Home Instruction
Requirements parents and guardians must follow in order to homeschool a child.

Home Educators Association of Virginia
A member-supported, statewide, 501(c)3 nonprofit homeschool association. HEAV serves homeschoolers of Virginia through information, legislation and resources.

An independent, nonprofit, member-driven statewide organization. Dedicated to serving, empowering and advocating for all Virginia homeschoolers.

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