Violence and break-ins at schools will come under the spotlight during the Violence in Schools Summit which gets underway in Boksburg on Gauteng’s Eastrand on Wednesday.
There have been numerous break-ins and violent incidents at schools in Gauteng lately.
On Monday, criminals made off with learning material including 27 computers, laptops and cameras following a break in at Gideon Rambuwani Primary School in Midrand north of Johannesburg.
Last week, classes were disrupted at Freedom Park Secondary School in Soweto following clashes between police and learners.
Gauteng Education spokesperson Steve Mabona says the summit will be attended by various stakeholders including psychologists and social workers.
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