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The state of Tennessee sued Metro Nashville Public Schools on Wednesday for refusing to turn over the contact information for students zoned to failing schools.

The Nashville school board has resisted handing over the student data, arguing that federal education records law allows the sharing of such data but does not require it.

The state Achievement School District (ASD), which operates three schools in Nashville, wants the records so it can reach out to families about attending its schools.

Read more at our news partner's website, tennessean.com.

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