Welcome To Marcia Mann Interview 


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  • Speech language is connected to reading and writing.
  • About Margaret Byrd Rawson.
  • How to identify early language problems.
  • What is the Orton-Gillingham philosophy?
  • What is dyslexia?
  • And more...


Marcia Mann received a B.S. degree from New York University in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She spent a year at Hood College in an intensive program of study with Margaret Byrd Rawson, in the field of Language Based Learning Disabilities (Dyslexia), and then went on to Stanford University School of Medicine, where she was awarded an M.A. in Speech Pathology.

For over 40 years, Ms. Mann has worked as a Speech – Language Pathologist, teacher trainer, and Orton–Gillingham Practitioner. She has served as a consultant to school districts, hospitals, and private institutions and has lectured extensively in the United States, Canada, Israel, Asia, and Europe. Ms. Mann has served as Adjunct Professor at Brooklyn College, Fairleigh Dickinson University and St. John’s University. She is a former board member of the New York and South Carolina Branches, of the International Dyslexia Association.

Marcia Mann has worked as a Speech –Language Pathologist in the New York City public schools, and was the co-founder and co-director of Bailin – Mann Associates, a private learning center in Brooklyn, New York, providing services for language and learning impaired children and adults.

Marcia Mann is currently in private practice in South Carolina, a Founding Fellow, Trustee, and current Vice President of the Academy of Orton–Gillingham Practitioners and Educators, Certified Master Trainer for Orton-Gillingham International, and is a board member of the Margaret Byrd Rawson Institute. 

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