This article covers the historical perspective of politicization of multiple education
systems in Pakistan which has been detrimental in gradually changing social mindsets through
formal schools. It also discusses the political response to different education systems working in
Pakistan to address challenges to incorporating peace at schools. These challenges need to be
addressed in countering misinformation and intolerance through textbooks and other literature
exposed to children. It carries review of different literature on education reforms in Pakistan;
interviews with different school community members on human rights challenges they face on
campuses; and, finally, the interviews with different educators on how realistically they are
integrating education challenges through their capacity-enhancing peace integration trainings.
Recommendations for peace integration trainings for teachers along the lines of religious
tolerance, social justice, and inclusiveness are also mentioned based on the experiences
shared by the teaching community with this author.