Nina von Hardenberg, Nuremberg
Class 2a at the Uhland elementary school in Nuremberg learned early on that teachers in Bavaria have somehow become precious and rare. After the winter holidays, the students waited excitedly in front of their classroom. Her third class teacher was announced within two years. The first had fallen ill, the second had retired halfway through the year. It came: nobody. Because the new teacher had also called in sick. This is what parents of several students say in unison. For many of them, one teacher’s absence was too many, especially as chaotic weeks followed.