Teachers and administrators are perceived to be integral to the implementation of inclusive education. They played a vital role in the successful implementation of inclusive education as they are viewed as linchpins in the process of including students with disabilities into regular classes. This cannot be achieved if awareness and attitudes towards inclusive education has not been practiced and developed. This study was conducted to assess the awareness and attitudes towards inclusive education in the context of mainstreaming children with special needs in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. This descriptive study involved administrators, regular and special education teachers in public schools. The respondents were given questionnaires in order to determine their awareness and attitudes towards inclusive education. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics as weighted mean and standard deviation. The findings were synthesized according to the aspects of administrators, regular and SPED teachers’ awareness and attitudes towards inclusive education.