Marketplace Morning Report for Friday July 18, 2014
Jul 18, 2014

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday July 18, 2014

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A new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education shows that roughly 500,000 teachers leave the profession every year, with the biggest churn occurring in high-poverty schools. After investing in their training, how can we keep more young teachers from leaving the profession, and the urban schools that need them the most?  Also, you know those tiny ads that pop up on your mobile phone? Does anyone pay attention to them? Well pretty much the answer is no. Leoneda Inge reports on what a little nudge from your phone might actually get you to buy.  

Segments From this episode

Acid rain: What made Cap and Trade work

Jul 18, 2014
Lessons from one of the more successful U.S. environmental legislative projects.

Keeping teachers in the classroom

Jul 18, 2014
Public schools are struggling with teacher retention.
Public schools are having a hard time keeping teachers.
(Karin ZEITVOGEL/AFP/Getty Images)

Pop up ads lack impact

Jul 18, 2014
Mobile phone ads work best for practical items like cars and refrigerators.

PODCAST: Pop up ads that work

Jul 18, 2014
Global no-fly zones, the cap and trade of acid rain, and effective pop up ads.

Who should police FedEx packages?

Jul 18, 2014
A look at allegations against FedEx for knowingly shipping illegal packages.

A new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education shows that roughly 500,000 teachers leave the profession every year, with the biggest churn occurring in high-poverty schools. After investing in their training, how can we keep more young teachers from leaving the profession, and the urban schools that need them the most?  Also, you know those tiny ads that pop up on your mobile phone? Does anyone pay attention to them? Well pretty much the answer is no. Leoneda Inge reports on what a little nudge from your phone might actually get you to buy.  

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC