At the November 17, 2014 Board of Education meeting, Dr. Gatta recommended to the Board the Digital Literacy program pilot be extended for another year. She stated, the program for "ensuring all our freshmen are equipped with the digital literacy skills necessary to succeed in our courses and in a 21st century digital environment" had received positive feedback students. However, there has been a call to evaluate the proficiency level the exam requires. Therefore, a continuation of the digital literacy pilot for the 2015-2016 school year was recommended and approved by the Board. This will give program facilitators more time to refine metrics and materials so students can have a meaningful experience while earning credit toward graduation.