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This video discusses the different approaches the US took to European politics after World War I and World War II. It argues that the US' involvement in European affairs after World War II was significantly less than after World War I due to the Great Depression and the "Pax Americana." The video also discusses how student groups responded to questions about the bribe allegations.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Victoria Tyson, a high school social studies teacher, discusses the US policies after World War II, which are significantly different from the policies after World War I. First, she introduces the Marshall Plan, an economic effort put in place by the US after World War I that helped European countries rebuild. After World War II, something called the "Pax Americana" prevented the US from getting too involved in European politics. The Great Depression, a time of economic hardship in the US, was also a factor in the US' reluctance to get involved in European politics. Finally, Victoria discusses how student groups responded to her questions about the bribe allegations.
  • 00:05:00 This video discusses the importance of ensuring that all students are prepared for college, and offers advice on how to do this. It discusses the importance of having assessments that allow educators to identify students' level of understanding, and suggests ways in which teachers can help students advance in their learning.

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