Mar 31, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, March 31, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about Argentina's possible return to the global credit market; nuclear security rules for the private sector; and a new report that finds Title IX efforts may be interfering with academic freedom.

Segments From this episode

Are Title IX efforts stifling academic freedom?

Mar 31, 2016
A professors group argues gender studies professors are particularly vulnerable to sexual harassment claims.

Preschool serves low-income San Jose neighborhood

Mar 31, 2016
It’s a lot like the expensive, play-based preschools that abound in affluent areas.
Teacher Roopali Born with preschoolers at lunch time.
Deepa Fernandes

Obama's final nuclear summit spotlights fears over nuclear theft

Mar 31, 2016
Nuclear security rules exist for places like universities and hospitals, not just nuclear facilities.
Protected by a lead and steel safety barrier, a technician at Brookhaven National Laboratories, USA, processes radioactive sodium.
Evans/Three Lions/Getty Images

Tesla previews a more affordable Tesla

Mar 31, 2016
The Model 3 isn't just for the wealthy, but the price is still high for some.
A look at Model 3 ordering day in Australia. 
Elon Musk/Twitter

Silicon Valley's educational divide

Mar 31, 2016
General Electric, Tesla's Model 3, and a preschool program for low-income children.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about Argentina’s possible return to the global credit market; nuclear security rules for the private sector; and a new report that finds Title IX efforts may be interfering with academic freedom.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC