Ian Bench sits in a jet simulator at Wichita’s Mueller Elementary School. This fall, the aerospace and engineering magnet school near 18th and Grove will be the first school in the country to launch the NASA-inspired Space Discovery Institute its STEM-education program, which gives students hands-on experience with aerospace technology. (April 8, 2015)
Ian Bench sits in a jet simulator at Wichita’s Mueller Elementary School. This fall, the aerospace and engineering magnet school near 18th and Grove will be the first school in the country to launch the NASA-inspired Space Discovery Institute its STEM-education program, which gives students hands-on experience with aerospace technology. (April 8, 2015) Travis Heying File photo
Ian Bench sits in a jet simulator at Wichita’s Mueller Elementary School. This fall, the aerospace and engineering magnet school near 18th and Grove will be the first school in the country to launch the NASA-inspired Space Discovery Institute its STEM-education program, which gives students hands-on experience with aerospace technology. (April 8, 2015) Travis Heying File photo