Management of secondary school students is a complex issue in Kenya. More often, students riot and cause property destruction. This, according to the author of this book, leads to poor examination results and increased costs on parents and guardians. The author argues that no matter how qualified teachers are, or how much money is allocated to secondary schools in Kenya; examination performance will always be low unless a consultative and systematic way of solving students'' problems is practiced. This book provides valuable information that point to the importance of adequate formal preparation of head teachers in regard to solving secondary school student problems in Kenya and elsewhere in the world. The book is recommended to education policy makers and implementers, education scholars in universities and Teacher Training Colleges.