The book is divided into three parts. Part I contains three chapters that review different aspects of multicultural education and general guidelines for its implementation. Part II has five chapters. Each chapter explores how a specific point of division in our society (race, economics, culture, gender, and abilities/disabilities) affects children’s lives and worldviews and how we can encourage children to challenge inequities related to it. Part III is a story—a vision—of how families and schools, using the insights and skills described in the previous chapters, can critically and compassionately collaborate to make their communities and the world more just and caring places.