Over the past 30 years, the field of multicultural education in the United States has become recognized as one of the avenues of school reform. Strongly supported by some constituents and opposed by others, multicultural education has different connotations, according to the lenses through which it is viewed, and its scope and content have continued to be issues of debate. It has grown from a relatively defined domain to a widely inclusive one. The field has engendered educational practices, elaborated theory, and, recently, informed a range of research efforts. Whether one agrees or disagrees with its premises, an important part of one’s professional life as a teacher or teacher educator today is knowledge of the forms and content of multicultural education. This text aims to provide a guide for teachers and teacher educators who are interested in either an introduction to this complex field or an opportunity to extend their knowledge.