Inclusion includes all measures and actions taken to ensure that all people are able to participate in society, regardless of their origin or specific characteristics, which may include: race, language, culture, gender, disability, social status, age as well as other factors.
The primary aim of inclusion is to combat discrimination and social exclusion and, implicitly, to respect the rights of all individuals and groups in a society, accepting diversity. An inclusive society by definition is characterized by respect for the identity of all and a reasonable balance between the rights and obligations of individuals and society as a whole.
Inclusive school should facilitate everyone's access to quality education through a range of activities whose center is the student. Education for all can be a means of improving education in general by reconsidering support for certain children. The manner in which a number of developmental and learning peculiarities determine the distribution of children into certain categories tends to be replaced by a non-classical manner, which considers that every child is a learner in a certain rhythm and style.