During lunch at the Broad reception this afternoon, Miami superintendent Anthony Carvalho did take the podium on behalf of his district, and the awkwardness between him and his predecessor, Rudy Crew, continued, our source reports.

Carvalho, who our source notes spoke suavely and has a full head of hair, praised his district’s (recently dismantled) School Improvement Zone, a group of troubled schools where teachers work longer hours for more money, and Parent Academy, which trains parents to become involved in the schools. Rudy Crew, who was seated nearby, launched both initiatives. Carvalho didn’t mention him at all.