Adam Crisp covers education issues for the Times Free Press.
He joined the paper's staff in 2007 and initially covered crime, public safety, courts and general assignment topics. Prior to Chattanooga, Crisp was a crime reporter at the Savannah Morning News and has been a reporter and editor at community newspapers in southeast Georgia.
In college, he led his student paper to a first-place general excellence award from the Georgia College Press Association. He earned first-place awards in investigative reporting, news reporting and layout and design. He
won the 2006 Georgia Press Association first-place feature writing award in the weekly division.
A graduate of Georgia Southern University, he grew up in Glennville, Ga., the world's largest producer of Vidalia Sweet Onions and home of the annual World Championship Turtle Race.
Contact Adam at 423-757-6323 or email@example.com.
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Interim Hamilton County School Superintendent Rick Smith is one step closer to taking over the school system’s top job permanently.
The Hamilton County school board has voted 5 to 3 to change its policy on hiring a new superintendent in a key step toward permanently hiring acting Superintendent Rick Smith.
The Hamilton County school board has elected Mike Evatt as its chairman.
Hamilton County school board members will vote tonight on whether to change policy and pave the way for longtime education administrator Rick Smith to be named permanent superintendent.
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Tennessee public schools may need to lengthen their school year in the future to help students from the Volunteer State compete in a global market where most students study longer each year, Gov. Bill Haslam said.
High school dropouts are costing Chattanooga and other Tennessee metro areas big bucks.
Every time Alex Young sinks his hands into the soil on the roof of Red Bank High School, he likes to think he is contributing to something big.
Students at Calvin Donaldson Elementary School have published a 30-page book of student prose, poetry and art.
Jim Scales is out, Rick Smith is in. Hamilton County Board of Education members on Thursday night voted to buy out schools Superintendent Jim Scales’ contract and to install Deputy Superintendent Rick Smith as interim superintendent.