'Roots to Inclusive Education: A Question of Wellbeing' is an edited text with an assortment of chapters that explore the complex and intricate notions around inclusive education. The aim of this book is to introduce contentious issues in inclusive education that will generate debate and propose argumentation that will contribute towards an educational system which reaches out to all. Essentially, inclusive education remains a multifarious debate with a range of facets. This text is an attempt at not only conceptualising this debate but also at laying out of a road map to achieve the ultimate goal of making inclusive education a 'non-issue'. Undoubtedly, the critical engagement of these chapters will be another building block to ensure the processes and thinking lead to effective inclusive education. This book is a collective reflection of what inclusion needs to be. In a way this text helps us re-discover ourselves and what 'we' have achieved, aspired to accomplish or working to realise in this sector.