Today, most children are placed in inclusive schools without resources to help them benefit in their least restrictive school environments; thus, defeating the edge of inclusive education. This book evaluated educational resources and their impact on inclusive education and addressed how educational resources can be best met and made available in inclusive schools. The monograph is divided into six chapters: Chapter one is the general introduction of the study; Chapter two is the literature review; Chapter three describes the methodology used in conducting the study; Chapter four presents the research findings; Chapter five is the analysis and discussion of findings; and Chapter six presents the conclusions and recommendations. The monograph also highlights how education providers can avoid being complacent about the worth of education resources in inclusive schools. On the whole, this monograph is appropriate for Ministry of Education officials, teachers, PTA Members, researchers, and stakeholders in education as it provides them with latest research information on the significance of educational resources in the successful implementation of inclusive education.