Do some white teachers treat my half black half white Grandson differently than the white kids?
Well, IMHO, I wouldn’t think your grandson would be treated differently. I think, and I am speaking from my own experience, that there are people who will judge for a plethra of reasons. You may think they are staring because of his color, and some may be, but I too am white and I have a son who is white and we get stared at sometimes and I think ‘does my son look odd’ (he is very tall for his age so can appear immature when really he is only acting his age). My son has ADHD, so there have been times when people will make comments or stare and I think that maybe my son is not acting ‘normal’… I have another son who is skin and bones and I used to make him wear shirts when he swam because I thought people were judging me and him because he looked like I never fed him. Finally one day I realized that people are people and there is no changing that… let your grandson be who he is and don’t mind other people. The more you react to it the more he will tune into it as well as he gets old