Future educators may well look back on our current efforts to make school curricula more accurately reflect our cultural diversity and term this period "The Great Multicultural Curriculum Wars." Different experts and advocates for multicultural curricula define the term in various ways. At the same time, publishers, school boards, administrators, and teachers in school districts across America also see themselves engaged in the process of making their school programs more multicultural without making significant changes in present forms of schooling. Are advocates of totally restructuring the schools and those engaged in making current forms of schooling more efficient talking about the same "multiculturalism" ?