Empowerment of Students and Their Parents and Caretakers
The Development of a Society that Values Cultural Pluralism
Intercultural/Interethnic/Intergroup Understanding in the Classroom, School, and Community
Freedom for Individuals and Groups
An Expanded Knowledge of Various Cultural and Ethnic Groups
The Development of Students, Parents, and Practitioners (teachers, nurses, journalists, counselors, principals, custodians, documentary producers, bus drivers, curriculum coordinators, etc.) Whose Thoughts and Actions are Guided by an Informed and Inquisitive Multicultural Perspective
Davidman, L., & Davidman, P.T. (1997). Teaching with a multicultural perspective: A practical guide (2nd ed.). New York: Longman Publishers.