ELU has a rather detailed policy for dealing with homework questions. It seems like we don't have one on ELL, but lately we've been getting some questions that are basically "here is a homework question, tell me the answer":
Fill in the blank to create a correct sentence:
"_ you are missing three pages of work, your portfolio appears to be of extremely high caliber".
A. Except for the fact that
B. Besides that
In its current state I feel this question should be closed, to be reopened after the OP explains to us what their problem with the question is. I voted to close, although to be honest I'm not sure I picked the right reason—I ended up picking the "proofreading" reason because that's what the other close voter picked, but I'm second guessing that decision now.
Anyway, here's my general question:
Do we need our own homework question policy? What should we do with questions like this one?