Incidents of students assaulting teacher is alarmingly increasing in both primary and secondary schools in Kenya. In Maraba Mixed secondary in Aldai sub- county in Nandi county rowdy students descend on a teacher over instructions to queue for meals at the school dinning hall.
The school has had a history of students assaulting teachers since there was a similar incident of a female teacher being assaulted in 2011.
Nandi KUPPET secretary Paul Rotich and other officials demanded immediate arrest of unruly students or transfer of all the teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission unless they are assured beyond reasonable doubt of their security.
It has been observed since the banning of canes there has been a lot of indiscipline cases in schools. As a teacher, a parent or guardian, do you think the canes helped to maintain discipline in schools?
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