The post-war period in Kosovo is characterized by radical reforms in all fields, especially in the field of education. Such changes in the education system in general were aimed firstly at aligning our education system with the education system of Bologna, and secondly at acquiring the successful educational practices of developed western countries. In this context, in addition to the changes in the structure of the educational system, the legal and institutional framework, management, the change in the approach to teaching compared to the past, our priority as a society was also the inclusion of children with special needs in regular schools. Inclusive education, as a first step towards social inclusion, benefits the whole society. The experience of the last century gave a valuable lesson to society, that segregating some students in separate schools has negative effects on their future lives, but also on society in general. In many educational systems of different countries, inclusiveness has already become a reality, but accompanied by many difficulties. Kosovo is also facing this challenge, which for two decades has been making efforts towards the realization of the concept of inclusive education.