Are there people who actually work as certified ground instructors? Do they mainly teach at the universities, flight academies, and places like FlightSafety? I haven't encountered any at the general aviation, private pilot level. It seems as if few CFIs teach much ground school outside of lesson briefing/debriefing--and that most students use either the King or Jeppesen materials. What is the state of official ground school education these days? Just curious. Do you think a real class-oriented ground school should be required?
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