This is a review research about learning in inclusive and educational scenarios. It is a semantic query processing for the key concept ‘inclusive education’ and a schema matching in order to define it (Sabbah, Selamat, Ashraf, & Herawan, 2014). We take into account different thesauri to analyze its definition and the results given by reviews of academic works. Specifically, we study three types of data resources: an educational, a psychological and a multidisciplinary one in order to set up a new definition and evolution. Therefore, we offer a scope note and a mapping of the key concept to update the concept in recognised thesaurus taking into account previous educational definition and a review made. Most of scholars agree inclusive education satisfies individual differences. The conception of a learner-centred learning means attending to diversity in order to get a successful school adaptation. Here, interactions play a key role due to the fact students learn by modelling learning strategies that improve their academic achievement. Inclusion favours mental health of students who find support in the educational setting. It improves social and emotional adaptation getting a meaningful learning. A systematic review of inclusive education is provided between 2011 and 2020. The results of this review indicate inclusive education research emerges progressively in last years. The review implies that inclusive education is becoming an emergent research topic. However, most of documents around the key topic are articles, so they are addressed to an audience who does not work at schools but at universities. The importance of research arrives at teachers becomes the main aim of interest in order to get inclusive classrooms on a daily bases.