"Highly gifted" pupils, ambitious parents and the teacher Ms. Müller.
Parents and their children have always been a strangely critical mass. It gets really bad in the 4th grade. The future of the naturally "gifted" offspring is at stake - after all, he is descended from us. The family's honor is in danger, the child without a high school diploma: a no-go!
Only one person stands in the way of this transfer to high school: Mrs. Müller!
Teachers have the same problem as soccer coaches: the fans always know everything better. And so five determined adults sit on children's chairs between little chestnut men, garlands of leaves and cozy corners, ready to face the enemy.
Everyone present is convinced that the problem is not with the pupils. Their children are all very special little personalities who need special support from time to time and who are not simply late bloomers, lazy, unfocused or simply untalented in math. The battle lines are clear.