Should Stack Exchange be considered like a school/academic environment (legally)? Would that qualify it a for-profit or non-profit university/school?
Would academic qualifications/standards help? There are clearly many people of good repute (and good reputation scores) who qualify their educational background as important (when grading people for moderation, for example). Is that a valid learning/teaching dynamic to qualify, according to the law as, some sort of teaching dynamic.
Is Stack Exchange a school or, as Catija rephrased, are there "aspirations towards accreditation" as an educational institution of some kind?
As Wizard reflected on their Accepted Answer, "the only relation is that both have students, teachers, and management, and they all take part in sharing knowledge. Can you give more relations?" (Martin helped define a few missed relations.) Please help us define/spreadsheet the (legal) relations between each.