I'll say this at times I did think Carvalho was only interested in helping the Hispanic communities/ schools, but let's be real if a black person was in that position he/she would do the same help out their own of course then others. Now when it comes to Luke besides being a high school football coach I don't know him to do anything else except rap which we all know he's played out with that and I'll admit football for black schools do bring a community together, however education is was most important. Last thing from reading some of the comments I must say race does play a factor in schools. Don't know if many people remember this, but Miami or Hialeah can't remember which school but one of them was on the news about 6 or so years back. Well all of the parents were upset because their kids weren't going to graduate due to FCAT which they were seniors and with all that protesting nothing happened meaning those kids had to pass or wouldn't graduate. Also Miami Edison was in that same category partly due to a large portion of Haitian Americans attending the school. Anyways to present day 2014, their isn't any F or D rated high schools in Miami Dade County. Might I add, the historically black schools such as; Miami Northwestern A school, Miami Jackson B school and Miami Edison B school. So to those who say Carvalho doesn't do much for the black communities/schools well I'd say he does and he doesn't 50/50.