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Friday, April 23, 2010

NAAS Award Deferrals

A portion of this post is a repeat of a post published in December of 2009.

Preliminary estimates indicate that we may not achieve our statistical requirement for a minimum number of qualified candidates for the current term per NAAS EAS/N2 Rules.

In addition, we have a large cross-section of students in the states of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Alaska, Oregon, and Utah that may not meet the accreditation standards required per NAAS eligibility standards.

In addition, forward-looking statements of anticipated funds from donors indicate that funding levels for the current term have not met the reserve requirements needed to allocate the anticipated NAAS Awards because the statistical minimums have not been met.

In addition, a portion of fund-raising expenditures have been deferred in favor of allocating expenses for technological research, and new product development.

In addition, legal expenses and resources incurred in combatting 'NAAS' accreditation scams have had a material impact on administrative expenses related to the administration of NAAS awards.

Unfortunately, these series of events will not allow sufficient resources to focus upon the current term of NAAS Awards to a level that most students, parents, and educators have traditionally expected from an NAAS Administration. Therefore, the 20th NAAS term will be deferred until the following term thereafter, unless notified to the contrary.

Pending and submitted NAAS Award applications will still be honored, and accepted, but deferred administrative action until such awards are affirmatively re-activated for an active term per NAAS EAS/N2 Rules. NAAS Semi-finalists will be still be contacted.

For further questions on this issue, please submit questions via NAAS EAS/N2 Form GEC 002, OR refer to the member-area for NAAS Subscribers.

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