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New Jersey teacher resigns after student's Hitler assignment

TENAFLY, N.J. — A New Jersey elementary school teacher will resign and a principal will be reinstated after an investigation into an incident involving a student who wrote an essay in Adolf Hitler's voice. NorthJersey.com reports the school board voted to accept the teacher's resignation and reinstated the principal. The outcry about the assignment began when a photo of the student's assignment was posted on social media. The teacher and the principal were put on paid leave following the superintendent’s investigation. The school board and administration are working with the reinstated principal to create a safer environment for students moving forward.

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