May 26th, 2011
07:56 AM ET

South Korea school takes a stand

An entire high school in South Korea is taking a stand to end slavery.

It started when Elizabeth Pruitt, an English conversation teacher at Yeong Gwang Girls High School in Gunsan, South Korea, and her co-teacher assigned their class to make group presentations about a current event. They pulled up CNN.com on a big screen to give them some project ideas.

One group of girls selected the topic of modern-day slavery right away. FULL POST