NJ town launches Holocaust education initiative after Hitler lesson controversy

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TENAFLY, N.J. — It was a history assignment that sent shockwaves through a New Jersey town.

A fifth grader allegedly dressed up as Adolf Hitler, giving a presentation about the dictator, seemingly glorifying him.

PIX11 News’ Andrew Ramos has the latest as officials continue to right that wrong weeks later.

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