This is a newsgroup for the discussion of UK Education-related
issues arising from:
The group is open to those with all points of view about the
- emotional and behavioural difficulties
- attendance problems
If contributors discuss real cases the actual names of individuals
and institutions must not be disclosed. Contributors should
be aware that a post from an institution may contain data that
identify the institution. Where contributors need to ensure that
the identity of the institution is not revealed they should post
via a Dejanews, Yahoo or Hotmail type account.
Advertising is forbidden, with the following exceptions:
- Advertisements for text books, learning materials or courses
which deal with EBD or attendance issues or closely related
matters are permitted. These may not exceed four lines and
may be posted no more often than once every three months. The
subject line should begin "AD:" or "ADVERT:".
- Advertisements for employment opportunities in areas of
work concerned with emotional and behavioural difficulties or
attendance problems are permitted. These may not exceed 4 lines
and may be posted no more often than once every three months. They
should contain a URL, email address or phone number. The subject
line should begin "JOB:".
All posts must be made in plain text; HTML and other types of
formatted text are forbidden. Posting URLs of relevant Internet
sites, where appropriate, is encouraged.
With the explicit exception of PGP signatures, all encoded
binaries are forbidden. Forbidden binaries include, but are not
limited to: pictures, sounds, word processor documents, executable
programs and "business cards". You are invited to read a guide
on the World Wide Web at http://www.usenet.org.uk/ukpost.html
for further information on how to configure your newsreader to
post to uk.* newsgroups.
Anyone posting advertisements, binaries or other material
contrary to this charter may be reported to their ISP or
postmaster without further warning after their first offence.
uk.education.behavioural Emotional and behavioural difficulties