Educators and students  affirm and amplify the cultural and linguistic identities of students; share and leverage their own cultural and linguistic assets; and re-envision classrooms as “radically inclusive” spaces of creativity, co-learning, and collaboration.

Educators embrace the literacies and discursive practices of multiple languages, model linguistic fluidity and risk-taking, and function as linguistic co-learners alongside their students.

Classrooms function as liberatory third spaces where students are not only seen within, but co-create, schooling processes.