The problem of inclusive education is complex, debatable, but the main thing is that it is really a social issue because it affects the interests of a large number of people. The international community relates inclusive education to the category of legal issues as it calls upon the human right to quality education throughout life. Inclusive education is the state's policy that aims to remove barriers and enable all children to take an active part in education. Inclusive education is just beginning to develop in Kazakhstan. While school is not ready for serious reforms, it can and should take steps forward. Methodological provision for the inclusive educational space is still at the stage of primary development and testing, which considerably complicates the process of introducing practical solutions as methodological support requires a solid empirical base. Further improvement of the system of inclusive education for children with special educational needs requires, first of all, deep scientific understanding and modeling; also, all possible positive and negative consequences should be forecast.