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This article describes a conference held in Vancouver, Canada, that explored school leadership, inclusion, and Indigeneity. The conference, entitled Exploring Intersectionalities for Leadership and School Inclusion, provided an opportunity for educational scholars, government policy-makers, Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, school system leaders, principals, and teachers to examine how school principals can support students with special education needs in inclusive schools. This article provides the rationale, background, logistical details, and deliverables of the conference. In the conclusion, questions are raised that require further exploration in the field of inclusion and school leadership.

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