Parent education is an important part of growing a whole child. At PACT, each family takes at least 10 hours of formal and mandatory Parent Ed when they start. Parent Ed is a fun-filled program with talks, workshops, Q&A's, games and role plays. It aims at teaching parents about appreciating the multiple intelligence and different developmental levels of students they are going to interact with, including their own child(ren) while arming them with practical tools to perform common tasks effectively on campus as well as off campus. Continued formal parent education is conducted throughout the year in evening meetings. Due to resource constraints, formal parent education at PACT is reserved for enrolled families only. PACT also encourage parents to seek self-education through community forums, informal coffees, book clubs, and so on. Here are select materials to help you understand the scope of parent education at PACT.