A number of Middle Tennessee school districts haven't complied with an open records request for content that concerns Islamic curriculum being taught in public schools.

But the American Center for Law & Justice says its records request of all 146 Tennessee school districts earlier this month is valid and that it "isn't uncommon for a government entity to delay compliance."

Metro Nashville, Rutherford, Williamson and Wilson counties are among districts that haven't complied with the records request after receiving a sample letter from an attorney saying they don't have to the way the request is presented.

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