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Debunking the Myths of Blue-Collar and White-Collar Workers

This blog was originally posted on Matthew Mann’s other website, here. — When you hear the words blue-collar and white-collar workers, it’s typical to think that blue-collar workers are of a lower class than white-collar workers. The reality is that they’re not a lower class or even a higher class. The truth is both workers are […]


The Most Important Qualities of an Outstanding Educator

This blog was originally posted on Matthew Mann’s other website, here. — “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” — William Arthur Ward An outstanding educator will possess many different qualities.  The educator needs to be patient and empathetic with their students.  Not all students will learn at […]


Why Vocational Schools are Still Relevant Today

This blog was originally posted on Matthew Mann’s other website, here. — For decades, students in high school have been told the key to a bright future is to earn a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college. Students have taken that advice and enrolled in four-year universities instead of vocational schools. However, a lot has […]

Matthew Mann A Day in the Life of a Director of Education

A Day in the Life of a Director of Education

You may find a Director of Education has a few different titles. The most recognizable being a school principal or education director. An education director works for different education levels such as preschool, elementary/middle/high school, as well as secondary and postsecondary levels. Job Responsibilities The responsibilities of an education director can include any of the […]

Matthew Mann Vocational Career HRVAC

Vocational Career Spotlight: HRVAC

HRVAC techs are trained professionals that work to install, repair and maintain heating, refrigeration, ventilation and air conditioning systems in homes and businesses. These trained professionals are always in demand whether it’s hot summer days or cold winter nights. Learn the essential facts about these professionals and their career potentials with these basics below! Individuals […]

Matthew Mann - Trade School FAQ

What is a Trade School? And Other Common FAQ’s

Trade schools are often overshadowed by four-year colleges and universities, making it difficult for students to understand how a trade school education can be more beneficial than a four-year degree. Here are a few of the frequent questions that students have when trying to determine if a trade school program is right for them. What […]

Matthew Mann Technical Education Around the World

Technical Education Around the World

Vocational and technical education is being pushed in the forefront around the world once again. Technical education doesn’t require the amount of time that university degree programs require, but they can produce highly skilled workers with the skills that employers need. It’s a great choice for countries looking to improve their workforce and economic competitiveness. […]


Tech Products that Will Improve Vocational Careers

Vocational jobs are those that do not require a four-year degree period certification. They may require a license depending on the field. Sometimes they learn the trade on the job. In the face of improving automated and forecasts of a huge reduction in employment, blue-collar tasks are becoming electronic. The release of technological innovations is […]


The Best Schools in the Country to Earn an Education Administration Degree

Aspiring teachers and education administrators often have a difficult time choosing the right college or university to earn their degrees. Below is a list of some of the top-ranked colleges and universities offering these degrees as ranked by the U.S. News and World Report in 2017. Vanderbilt University Located in Nashville, TN, this university offers […]


Schools’ In: How Vocational Education is Improving in 2017

With students heading back to school, it’s a great time to read the news as an educator. New developments in education and career options are usually rolled out at the start of the school year, as well as highlights from what’s working in the education sphere — and what isn’t.

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