FAQ's

What does Practical Parent Education do?

Practical Parent Education provides curriculum, training, and support for Parent Educators that work within schools or organizations that work directly with parents.

Can anyone be a Practical Parent Education Facilitator?

The PPE Parent Engagement Facilitation package is available to all practitioners working with families, whether individually or as part of a larger organization.

Who writes the Practical Parent Education curriculum?

The PPE curriculum modules are developed and written by professional parent educators with advanced class work in family studies and extensive experience in teaching parenting classes. All curricula are field-tested and refined. Spanish translations are done by native speakers.

Why buy Practical Parent Education instead of another program?

How long has Practical Parent Education been in existence?

Practical Parent Education began in the early 1980's in Plano, Texas at the initiative of local business professionals and school administrators. They recognized the challenges today’s families were facing and believed that the community as a whole needed to join forces to support all parents and children with quality services and education.

Who writes the Practical Parent Education curriculum?

The PPE curriculum modules are developed and written by professional parent educators with advanced class work in family studies and extensive experience in teaching parenting classes. All curricula are field-tested and refined. Spanish translations are done by native speakers.

Will I receive CEU credit for trainings or the conference?

PPE is authorized to grant continuing education units to Licensed Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Social Workers in the state of Texas, and Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) credit by the National Council on Family Relations.

Do you offer parenting classes to the public?

Practical Parent Education, LLC no longer offers parenting classes. We provide training and materials for parent educators who in turn provide this service.

For basic parenting classes in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, you can contact:

Family Services - Plano, TX
https://www.pisd.edu/parentworkshops
Phone: 469-752-5581

The Parent Center - Fort Worth, TX
http://theparentingcenter.org/
Phone: 817-332-6348

Anthem Strong Families (Dallas)
https://anthemstrongfamilies.org/
Phone: 214-426-0900

Dallas Association for Parent Education (Garland)
http://www.dallasparents.org/
Phone: 972-699-0420

For Divorce/Co-parenting course, you can go to our online course:

FKS link