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  • stdreb27

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    Is a residency program considered an "educational institution"?

    I'm at an event called a graduation, for my friend who's finishing her residency. Couldn't decide if it was legal to carry.
     
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    stdreb27

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    Have a friend graduating from Driscoll Children hospital's residency program. It's at the country club. It's a program run by the hospital. No university associated with it.

    They are already have their MD


    But they are getting a diploma. Me and one of my friends are debating if it's still school or if it's professional development.
     

    stdreb27

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    Oh nevermind read my friend's diploma, says A&M on it.
    My argument that it was a professional association not education, loses.
     
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