The Palm Beach County School District Thursday unveiled a major high-tech change that will speed up its magnet school lottery process next year.
A new $80,000 computer system will allow the roughly 22,000 applications from students seeking seats in a choice program each year to be processed faster online, district Director of Choice and Career Options Pete Licata said, while adding that it would save the district $100,000 annually in data-entry labor costs.
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