In this book, I examine the inter-linked contributions that anti-bias theory, student-centered learning theory, transformative learning theory and inclusive education theory bring to practitioners of adult education and adult students returning to formal educational institutions. I argue that working from a perspective that is informed by the above theories and their potential applications in adult education classrooms will benefit adult learners and practitioners alike. The examples used in the text illustrate the classroom applications using each one of these theories with their potential impact on curriculum, course planning and content choices, as well as methods to facilitate learning for all. The potential benefits for the learning goals of individuals are highlighted as well as the potential for social change and transformation. This book conveys a unique methodology in an attempt to bring out some of the most common practices that many opt to ignore within adult education classrooms that may benefit the learners in several ways.