This study, broad based in its objectives and using a mixed-methods approach, set out to examine inclusive education for students with moderate to severe disabilities attending regular secondary schools throughout Victoria, Australia, between 1998 and 2000. It attempted to uncover salient issues schools were facing with respect to inclusion and examined how schools dealt with those issues. Each of the issues uncovered was viewed as a ‘curriculum issue'. The identified solutions, in part, pointed strongly towards changing the role of integration teachers in order to facilitate better training for teachers in areas of curriculum modification and delivery, time and classroom management, and understanding and addressing the special needs of students with moderate to severe disabilities in their classes. This book might be of interest to other educational researchers and those wising to investigate inclusive practice at the secondary school level.