Cashawn Hightower, now 23, stands in front of school in the Harrison County School District, where she works as a counselor. Hightower credits the district for getting her back on her feet when she was homeless, pregnant and in high school.
Cashawn Hightower, now 23, stands in front of school in the Harrison County School District, where she works as a counselor. Hightower credits the district for getting her back on her feet when she was homeless, pregnant and in high school. Della Hasselle The Hechinger Report
Cashawn Hightower, now 23, stands in front of school in the Harrison County School District, where she works as a counselor. Hightower credits the district for getting her back on her feet when she was homeless, pregnant and in high school. Della Hasselle The Hechinger Report

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