Just recently Arkansas’s Division of Child and Family Services reviewed the problems that their system faces. The Governor issued the call for a thorough review, and he is taking the review seriously. Eleven recommendations have been made, and two of those recommendations have become the Governor’s priority. Those two include finding more homes for the state’s foster children; and relieving case workers of their overloaded work. Arkansas is far above the national average when it comes to cases per worker. Whereas the national average is 15 cases per worker, in Arkansas the average is 29. The Governor is determined to change that.