Student violence in schools all over the world is a mind-boggling issue not only to education stakeholders but also society. However, the forms of violence and the school factors associated with student violence relate to the head teacher, teachers, students, facilities, food and drug abuse are addressed adequately. This book is an eye opener to all education stakeholders in general and education administrators in particular on the subject of violence in schools to the extent that the author illuminates on the causes of student violence for the purpose of offering lasting solutions to enhance peace and tranquillity, in secondary schools, for the successful implementation of programmes.
William k. Sugut holds a Master of Education degree in Educational Administration from the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (2007) and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Nairobi (1998), having specialized in Linguistics and Literature. He has taught and administered in a number of secondary schools in Kenya and risen through the ranks. Currently, he is an Assistant Director, Quality Assurance and Standards in the Ministry of Education Science and Technology, serving as a District Education Officer in Keiyo South District. He has also published in referred journals and is currently a phD (Educational Administration) student at the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton.