This resource aligns with the guiding principles of A Framework for French as a Second Language in Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12 which states that:“Participation in FSL programs should reflect the diversity of the student population, including students with special education needs and English language learners” (p. 10). Ontario data indicates that despite the many advantages of learning another language, some students do not participate in FSL programs. As leaders, principals and vice-principals consider the factors that contribute to student participation and engagement in FSL. This resource urges principals and vice-principals to go further by working with their school staff to reflect on the impact of their decisions with respect to inclusion in FSL programming. Because decisions about participation in FSL are impacted by the mindset of principals and vice-principals, as well as special education and guidance educators, this resource includes two videos with these distinct audiences in mind.