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Wilma Rudolph's school education?

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Wilma Rudolph was home schooled until she was 7 then she attended Burt high school. I am doing research on her for black American month at school!!!<3


She was home schooled til she was seven and did not get a education so I think she did not go to school.


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Wilma Rudolph received a full scholarship and studied Education at Tennessee State University. She received her Bachelor's degree in Education in 1963.


Wilma Rudolph was 20th of 22 children. She was home schooled until seven, (because of her disability) and later attended Burt High School where she played basketball (following her sister Yolanda) and was discovered by Tennessee State track & field coach Ed Temple. She received a full scholarship to Tennessee State University, graduating in 1963 with a bachelor's degree in education (after her track career she became a teacher at Cobb elementary school) No Wilma Rudolph did not get a education as she was one of ninteen children.


it was burt high school


In high school and middle school


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Wilma Rudolph was 20th of 22 children. She was home schooled until seven, (because of her disability) and later attended Burt High School where she played basketball (following her sister Yolanda) and was discovered by Tennessee State track & field coach Ed Temple. She received a full scholarship to Tennessee State University, graduating in 1963 with a bachelor's degree in education (after her track career she became a teacher at Cobb Elementary School)