An ongoing challenge for schools is how to meet the educational needs of every student. This challenge becomes more complex each year given the range of cultures in our schools and the national focus on improving student literacy and numeracy. In addition, there is a move towards a greater inclusion of students with disabilities, learning difficulties and/or challenging behaviours in regular classrooms. This move reflects a human rights perspective and is based on a social justice paradigm of equal educational opportunity within the regular classroom for all children. An inclusive school takes a non-categorical approach to students and is evaluated by the degree to which each and every student in the school is provided for and is successfully achieving. The aim of this unit is to develop students’ knowledge, understanding, and skills in creating inclusive classrooms and schools to effectively meet the educational needs of all students, with a particular focus on students with special needs.