First published in 1993, this book attempts to provide a basic but challenging and rigorous introduction to the issues of inequality in teacher education affecting many of today's societies. Education systems around the world, in common with much else, are undergoing radical change. In such times there are the almost inevitable casualties, in this case the fate of multicultural, multiracial, antiracist education. The authors argue that there is a need for teacher education to be responsive to the needs of a culturally and socially diverse society. It has become obvious that in spite of the vast amount of effort given to it over the last few decades, very little real progress has been made. By highlighting examples of good practices, this book demonstrates how they can be maintained and enhanced.