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GIKUNDA ASHFORD: Create effective communication to avert future school unrest

Students who burn schools may not be arsonists and criminals as society is labelling them

In Summary

•We must talk to them and understand their predicament. 

•Branding them criminals and arraigning them in courts is just a knee-jerk reaction to a rather complex problem.

This term, cases of school unrest have been on the rise. 

Students have burnt their schools at a very alarming rate. In most cases, the learners have claimed they need a break to go home...