There has been a great interest during the recent years on tracking down and managing learning difficulties. For that reason, several educational movements have emerged lately; the most important of them originated in Great Britain and gradually spread to various European countries with the name “Dyslexia Friendly Schools”. This movement’s main purpose was the restructuring of the educational system, so that it would be able to meet the needs of students with dyslexia. In such environment, Inclusion’s principles are applied; that means that educators are capable, through several teaching methods, to create the appropriate climate for children with dyslexia, as well as for children with typical development. Hence, the educator has a great role, where he can cultivate alongside with the parents a friendly environment, in which the educational process will be promoted. The aim of this paper is to highlight the importance of this educational movement.