The literature review shows how the term ¨ Inclusive Education ¨ does not mean the same for all those who use it and depending on the meaning that the various groups give it, the policies, culture and educational practices that they generate differ. This is defined by various documents: CSIE defines inclusive education as ¨all children and young people, with and without disabilities or difficulties, learning together in the various regular educational institutions (preschool, college, post-secondary and universities) with a appropriate support area. Inclusion means enabling all students to participate fully in life and work within communities, regardless of their needs. It is the process of greater participation of the students in the school and the reduction of the exclusion of the cultures, the curriculum and the community of the local schools.¨ For UNESCO: Inclusive education is a development approach based on the search for address the learning needs of all children, youth and adults with special emphasis on those who are vulnerable to marginalization and exclusion. ¨ Inclusive education is concerned with providing relevant responses to the full range of educational needs in educational contexts at school and outside of school. Far from being a marginal issue on how some students can be integrated into the mainstream of education, it is a method that reflects on how to transform education systems so that they respond to the diversity of students ¨. All Inclusive defines it more from the implications it has. The term inclusion implies a philosophy around the place where education is provided, an interdisciplinary approach of team planning, instructional methods and attitudes. For its part, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act IDEA – the public law in the United States, which obliges schools to provide each child with a disability with ¨ a public education, free of charge and appropriate – ¨ does not use the term inclusion. , it speaks of ¨ the least restrictive environment ¨, with the necessary accommodations and supports for the student to benefit from education.