Inclusive education is advocated since the universal declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Inclusive education is based on the belief that every child has the fundamental right to education and must be given the opportunity to achieve and maintain an acceptable level of learning. It is obvious that the primary responsibility for the education of students with disabilities in the inclusive settings rests on the shoulder of regular classroom teachers. As a result, a positive attitude of regular classroom teachers towards inclusion, and teacher self- efficacy belief contributes for effective implementation of inclusive program. This book therefore, provides information about the contribution of special needs education training to teachers'' attitude and self efficacy belief in teaching in the inclusive settings. This book Provide educational policy makers with empirical data on which to base special education decision as well as could possibly contribute as a feedback for college and university course work needed to help secondary teachers promote success in the inclusion setting.