Full inclusion in learning environments means more than simply placing students with learning challenges in classrooms alongside their peers. It involves an intentional focus on the academic, social, and psychological aspects of education that are so important to students’ development. Building opportunities for students with and without disabilities to learn from one another, form friendships with one another, and work together for the greater community good is a critical learning tool that contributes to improved outcomes and their sense of belonging that can last beyond their school years.