Across the globe there is growing recognition that children and youth with disabilities are best educated alongside their non-disabled peers-whether in early childhood education, primary and secondary school, or post-secondary education and training. For well over a decade educational research has demonstrated and concluded that the best chance for good outcomes for children and youth with disabilities, measured on any scale, is well-supported inclusive education. This holds true for children and youth in majority countries of the south and in industrialized countries of the north.