More than 3,000 French language teachers across the world have launched an online program to give students an in-depth look at the language’s history and current use, including its current uses by military and intelligence services.
The goal of the program is to educate students and teachers on the history and culture of the language, and how it is being used by the military, political and other institutions.
Learn French: The World’s Best French Teachers program, launched last week by France’s National Council for the French Language, aims to provide a more complete understanding of the French language, its usage by military forces, and its role in the global struggle against terrorism.
The program, which is being run by a consortium of French language schools, universities, research centers and other academic institutions, is funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and is open to all French-speaking countries, including France.
“The goal of this program is not only to provide an education in French, but to create a deeper understanding of France,” said Julie Zimmet, the program’s chief executive officer.
“To be able to understand this history, this language, we need to understand the people who use it.”
The program has more than 1,000 students enrolled and runs for two weeks per semester.
While it is a one-time, unpaid, online learning program, many of the teachers who have participated in the program have made a significant amount of money, with one teacher earning more than $100,000 in 2014.
“If I had a thousand dollars a month I would have bought a house,” one teacher said in a video about the program.
Other teachers have made millions teaching French to students in the U