EHS alum publishes second book on school violence and conflict resolution

Miami alumni and EHS graduate, Sean Brooks, has written a second book on school violence and conflict resolution, Violence Among Students and School Staff: Understanding and Preventing the Causes of School Violence. In this new guide for educators, Brooks explores the origins of violent behavior and shows how teachers and administrators can stop a problem before it spirals out of control.

Mr. Brooks earned his bachelor’s degree in health education from Miami, a master’s degree in education with a specialization in technology integration in the classroom from Walden University, and is now working toward his Ph.D. in education from the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University with a specialization in learning, instruction, and innovation. His first book, Where The Finger Points: A Teacher's Story of Violence in School and a Discussion of Who's Also Responsible, was published in 2015.