Author(s): Bettoni Jean*
The ethnic and cultural diversity of today’s society demands an intercultural education that promotes equal opportunities and the inclusion of minority groups at risk of social exclusion. The main findings shed light on data for programs and interventions developed mostly within the school setting and for students of elementary and secondary education; however, there are also interventions that are developed in the community and extracurricular context. The works are centralized in valuing the cultural diversity of the people with the students but not just exclusive to them. Highlighted is the implementation of teacher assistants and/or intercultural mediators from the community to be role models or references for the students, and family education participation is considered common practice. Such characteristics in educational interventions contribute to an inclusive education in an intercultural and sustainable manner.