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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 26 Jul 2018, Thursday
Random information on the term “Expels”:
Expulsion, permanent exclusion, withdrawing, or kicked out of school refers to the removal/banning of a student from a school system or university for an extensive period of time due to a student persistently violating that institution’s rules, or for a single offense of appropriate severity in extreme cases. Laws and procedures regarding expulsion vary between countries and states.
If a student(s) has been expelled from two schools, then any state school is legally allowed to refuse admittance of that student. (Schools on special measures may refuse to admit a student who has been expelled from only one school.) Therefore, a student who has been expelled from two schools might be totally removed from the state education system. As a result, it is rare for a pupil to be expelled (or permanently excluded) in the UK’s state sector.
The exclusion of pupils is governed by the Education Act 2002.
The Secretary of State’s guidance states that exclusion is a serious step. Exclusion should be used only in response to serious breaches of a school’s discipline policy and only after a range of alternative strategies to resolve the pupil’s disciplinary problems have been tried and proven to have failed; and where allowing the pupil to remain in school would be seriously detrimental to the education or welfare of other pupils and staff, or of the pupil himself or herself.
Random information on the term “SPEWS”:
news.admin.net-abuse.email (sometimes abbreviated nanae or n.a.n-a.e, and often incorrectly spelled with a hyphen in “email”) is a Usenet newsgroup devoted to discussion of the abuse of email systems, specifically through spam and similar attacks. According to a timeline compiled by Keith Lynch, news.admin.net-abuse.email was the first widely available electronic forum for discussing spam.
Steve Linford, the founder of The Spamhaus Project, sometimes posts in the newsgroup.
In its original charter the following examples of “on-topic” areas were listed:
Eventually, by mutual consent, it was also determined that the following were also “on-topic”:
The group was officially proposed (i.e. its RFD posted) by Tim Skirvin (tskirvin) on July 9, 1996 alongside a number of other groups in order to reduce the load on the two net abuse groups at that time, news.admin.net-abuse.announce and news.admin.net-abuse.misc.
Later that month it went to vote and passed 451 to 28.