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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- An aviation maintenance program at a high school in Louisville has been temporarily suspended after a Federal Aviation Administration inspection found record-keeping problems.
The program coordinator for the aviation maintenance program at the Academy at Shawnee has been removed, according to a spokeswoman for the Jefferson Community and Technical College. The community college jointly manages the course of study at the high school along with Jefferson County Public Schools.
Lisa Brosky, a spokeswoman for the college said that they voluntarily suspended the program after the FAA found that faculty were forgetting to sign forms, students were not signing in and out of classes and students were using the wrong forms to document their course work.
Students can receive certificates as air frame technicians or power plant technicians.