[Vision2020] NSA not a college?
starbliss at gmail.com
Sat May 14 12:55:23 PDT 2005
Donovan et. al.
I have attempted to follow this "elementary" (as Donovan puts it)
legal debate, and unless I misunderstand, NSA is not asserting they
are a "trade/commercial school," at least in part because if they do,
they might lose certain tax exemptions they are attempting to defend.
Or perhaps they want to be defined as a legitimate institution of
higher education for other reasons, which is why they are seeking
recognition as an accredited educational institution.
If NSA is not defining themselves as you insist they should be
defined, as a "trade/commercial" school, and they are seeking a form
of accreditation as an educational institution that can place them, at
least in some respects, in a similar legal status as the U of I holds,
why are you so intent on defining them as a trade/commercial school?
Are you saying you understand the law and the intentions of NSA that
impacts their legal status more than NSA does?
It appears so.
On 5/13/05, Donovan Arnold <donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Nobody said it was not a "college".
> Where do you get these straw-man arguments from?
> City Code defines three different types of educational
> buildings. Trade/commercial schools, Schools, and
> Educational Institutions.
> "Schools" are K-12.
> "Educational Institutions" are ACCREDITED universities
> and colleges. We have one of them, it is called the
> University of Idaho.
> NSA is neither of these.
> It does however, fit the definition of a
> "Trade/commercial school".
> Trade schools ARE allowed downtown.
> DO YOU GET IT!! Do you understand? Please tell me you
> do. I do not know how to make this more simpler? It is
> so elementary.
> Take Care,
> Donovan J Arnold
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