I feel like there can definitely be pros and cons to inclusion. Like the film says, with inclusion, there is a higher expectation of kids/people, and they tend to then perform at a higher rate. Individuals can learn from others and really mesh well and function with the 'rest of society'. When there is complete inclusion, which I feel is best, the kids don't feel isolated like the ones in the film who were put in a special hallway that everyone avoided. Along with helping the people who might need extra services learn more, including them would absolutely benefit all the other students in the classroom as at least one child pointed out in the film. I know from personal experience being around many autistic kids/some adults on the ASD spectrum, that I am grateful to have been around them because I learn so much and learn to appreciate people in general for who they are. The only downside to inclusion can be when there really aren't enough services to fully include the child, because then it may be in the child/teacher's best interests to attend a different school/class. I guess just again from personal experience, inclusion can sometimes mean other kids who think they're so 'normal' are mean to the kids being included who might be different, but those kids need to learn that doing that isn't acceptable. I just have trouble seeing it/hearing about it i guess.