By Jessica F. FauldersSource Bleacher View | June 14, 2018 1:07PMCLEVELAND, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cheaper driving school driving school is an opportunity to be a part of a growing community of people that have an affinity for driving.

The Cleveland Clinic and Brooklyn Drive Learning Center, a non-profit educational and training facility in the Cleveland-Warren area, announced the opening of a program to offer drivers from around the country access to the program.

Drivers will learn to be more efficient while driving in the most convenient way possible.

The new program will offer students and drivers in their 20s and 30s the opportunity to earn $2,500 worth of classroom hours in an effort to reduce their commute times by 30 minutes and increase their time with their families and friends.

Cheaper Driving Schools are not new in the region.

They have been offered for years to students from across the country, but have only been offered in some cities in the last few years.

The Brooklyn Driving School, for instance, is located in Cleveland and was recently awarded a $1 million grant from the Cleveland Clinic.

The Brooklyn Road Education Foundation awarded the Brooklyn School $2.5 million in 2018 to help fund its pilot program.

Brooklyn is located within the Brookwood neighborhood of Brooklyn, a working-class area with a high concentration of low-income, African-American residents.

According to the foundation, Brooklyn students who complete the Brookley Drive Learning Academy have an average of $9,500 in tuition savings compared to their peers who do not complete the program and are not earning as much money.

In addition to the Brooklin Driving School and Brooklin Drive Learning, Brooklin Road Education is offering the Brookly Drive Driving School’s drivers the opportunity for up to eight hours of instruction a week during their free time.

The school also will provide additional opportunities to help the Brookylons in-person learning by providing the opportunity of a free trip to Brooklyn to meet with the students.

The Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Educational Technology and Partnerships (EO-PTP) will oversee the Brooklons program, which is scheduled to begin July 18, 2018.

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