Equity, diversity, and social justice are the values to which global democracies aspire. These elements have strong implications for our children and their schools. They are truly timely issues for all educators. The experiences of the author as a teacher, mother, and immigrant are woven throughout the text. This work is a compilation of essays that address the issues of schooling in relationship to diversity and literacy in pluralistic democracies. The essays offer theoretical perspectives, suggestions for practice, and useful resources to ensure an equitable education for all children. This book encourages educators to reflect on their role as agents of change in schools, and advocates of social justice.