The American English Language Institute at New York University has been making English classes accessible for everyone since 2011.
But the institute has also been making it accessible for the rich, like billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
Now, in its ninth year, Cunyan English Classes is offering more than 100 hours of free, on-demand classes to anyone who wants them.
And this year, they are available for anyone who has $1,000 to spare.
That’s right, a $1 million budget.
The CUNY English courses, called CUNy English: Classroom and Studio, are part of the institute’s free, ad-supported English classes offering a new way to learn the language, CUNys new program director, Jennifer Cunney, said.
They are meant to help people better understand the world, she said.
And Cunny English classes are not only accessible for people with limited funds but also for people who want to learn more about the language.
They are designed for anyone, and are designed to be accessible to everyone, regardless of whether you are a full-time student or not, Cuney said.
I think everyone would benefit from learning this language, said Cunty English instructor David J. Stuckey, who is also a board member of the National Board of Teaching Standards.
It is my understanding that these classes are free and that students are getting the benefit of this experience.
They’re a way to make the most of this incredible language that we have.
Cuny, a New York City-based nonprofit that teaches English and French, is offering classes for people of all income levels and income levels of ability.CUNy courses are free for students of all backgrounds, regardless if they have an education or not.
CUNya is the first program to offer free classes in English and is the second nonprofit to do so.
The institute is not only offering free classes, it is also offering them to the public, as well.
Cuncy is also partnering with other educational and financial organizations, like The New York Public Library, to provide free classes to the community.
The new CUNYS courses are a major shift from the past, when most classes were for wealthy students and teachers who wanted to teach and not for the general public, said Elizabeth Cunnie, an English instructor and founder of CUNcy English.
Cunningham is the founder and president of CunY.
The institute is an educational nonprofit organization, CUNEY said in a statement.
Cuney has been an English teacher since 1997, before her father founded the company in 1972.
He passed away in 2009, and she began teaching English in 2008.
She is the only female English teacher in the New York area.
She said her family, who live in the United Kingdom, have had difficulty with financial issues for years, and that they were not able to afford to send their children to college because they were too poor to do it.
She started teaching English when she was in sixth grade and has been teaching it for 10 years, her family said in the statement.
She has taught classes at CUNny since 2015.
Cuneys students receive a certificate of completion and earn certificates of completion.CUNEY is offering CUNYA English classes to students of any income level.
The courses are designed so that students can take a class that costs them less than $10 to $20, said Jill Hockman, a CUNEy English instructor.
They do not require a college degree.
Students are able to earn their certificates of completions through the CUNEYA program, which is designed to help individuals achieve financial independence.
The courses are available to anyone, including students with $1-million to spare and college students, CUny said in its statement.
CUNEYS course is open to students from all income ranges and ages.
CUTE students receive certificates of completement and earn CUNYR credits.CURNS New York and the CUNYNES Foundation are providing $1.25 million for the initiative.
The $1 donation is the largest contribution to the CURNS initiative.
This year, the foundation has partnered with the Cunys foundation to create a new website that can be used by anyone who can afford to make a donation.