• Department of Teaching and Learning

  • Neil Slevin Profile
    Neil Slevin
    Assistant Superintendent for
    Teaching and Learning

    PH: (571) 252-1300
    FX: (571) 252-1801

  • In Loudoun County Public Schools, our mission is for all students to make meaningful contributions to the world. The way we do that is by supporting deeper learning through rigorous, authentic, and student-centered instruction.

    Deeper Learning is the process through which the learner becomes capable of applying what is learned in one situation to new situations. This process includes rigorous, authentic and student-centered instruction.

    • Rigor is about providing cognitive demand and appropriate support so that every student in our classrooms is engaged in meaningful and complex intellectual work.
    • Learning within an authentic context involves real-world tasks or tools, makes a real impact, and/or speaks to students' interests, backgrounds, or lived experiences. Authentic learning might be community connected and includes ongoing reflection.
    • Student-centered instruction is culturally responsive and engaging; it includes student agency, voice and choice, and multiple pathways.

    We provide equitable learning opportunities and support that lead to deeper learning for all students.


  • English Learners

    The LCPS English Learners (EL) Program is dedicated to empowering ELs to make meaningful contributions to the world by providing ELs with the necessary language skills to become independent, productive, and successful members of society.   More about English Learners...

  • Division of Professional Learning

    The Division of Professional Learning provides leadership and coordination in administering a variety of professional learning programs to the school division. These Offices within the Division of Professional Learning includes: Mentoring and Coaching, Instructional Technology, Instructional Facilitators, Leadership Development, and Professional Learning. More about Division of Professional Learning.

  • Division of Teaching and Learning

    The Division of Teaching and Learning consists of the following areas: Art, Career & Technical Education, Community Connections, Computer Science, Driver Education, English & Reading-Secondary, Family Life, Gifted Programs, Health, P.E., Math, Music, Performing Arts, Reading & Writing-Elementary, Science, Social Science & Global Studies, and World Languages & Cultures.  More about the Division of Teaching and Learning....

Last Modified on November 1, 2023