First of all, thank you very much for that kind feedback.
My suggestion would be, recognizing there's a little bit of self-interest here, to continue to support the Jordan's principle child-first initiative and to continue to support the opportunities for building capacity of a workforce that is in place and has a thirst for knowledge like nothing I've ever experienced before.
From sitting down with case managers from communities or spending time with front-line staff from communities I've had the pleasure of visiting—probably almost 50 of the communities now—I can tell you that they're an inspiring group of people. They want to do the best they can, and they need training that is accessible to them in the sense of being tailored to the nature of the work they're doing and positioning them for success. They come in with different levels of education and experience, so the training is proportional to their starting place, recognizing that they can go as far as they can go.