We are excited about the new project: Independent Futures That Work! Click Here to check out the website.
This project is for transitioning youth and their families.
Click Here to view services in AL.
Supporting Alabama parents
The Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) is a non-profit 501c3, organized in 2002 by Alabama parents, educators, and professionals serving families. APEC provides services and supports to assist families particularly those underserved including minority, low-income, and those with children with disabilities.
APEC provides parents with training, information, and support to help them become meaningful participants in their children’s education and lives.
We believe that parents have the greatest impact on their children’s lives. APEC provides families with the training, information, and support they need to help them ensure that their children become productive, well-educated citizens.
More About Us
The Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) is a non-profit organized by parents, educators, and professionals serving families formed to provide parents with training and information to help them become meaningful participants in their children’s education. Meet our staff.
We operate projects such as the Alabama Parent Training & Information Center (AL PTI). For a full list of current projects visit the Programs & Projects page.
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Every month APEC sends out a newsletter with helpful information and upcoming training opportunities. Click Here to join the list!
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To everyone who participated in this year’s AL PTI Raising the Standards Conference, thank you!
To view handouts and links to videos, go to our Raising the Standards page.
We also have monthly webinars you can be part of. Check out our Calendar page for dates.
Notice: Our office is carefully watching the COVID-19. Remember to wear a mask and keep safety a priority.