Having identified some major causes of school violence, it is imperative to proffer solutions to this social ill.
Firstly, schools should set into action strong disciplinary measures which perpetrators of the act will face, if they fail to abide by the institution’s rules and regulations.
Teenagers are able to gain access to sharp objects and dangerous arms, which they take to school and use to intimidate their peers.
In addition to this, the legal system in many areas - especially third-world countries - is yet to develop specific laws that will help curb school violence and make it an offence punishable by the law.
A social issue is a challenge affecting the society wellbeing.
There has been an increase in the school violence cases in world, which is a major concern for community and the students.
Another cause of school violence may be personality problems.
Shyness, for instance, may cause a student to feel out of place amongst his peers, thereby influencing him to be rebellious or try to get noticed by any means.
Proving that school violence is indeed a global threat, the National School Safety Centre records one of the worst cases of school violence to have occurred in Beslan, Russia, in 2004, with 350 people killed, half of which were children.
Seeing that history has recorded many gruesome cases of school violence around the world, one can’t help but ask, “?