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In this article, the aim is to provide insight into the different discourse worlds that fall under inclusive schools as they appear in research and policy-making. Inclusive school is a phrase that has been used as a translation of the term “inclusive education” and in short means organized school work where students are not separated into special schools, departments or classes according to disability, origin or learning ability, to name a few.