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The NSW government will invest almost $80 million in science and technology education, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced.

Speaking at Western Sydney University on Monday, Ms Berejiklian said the funding would be delivered over the next three years and help the state take ‘the next steps towards a 21st-century education system’.

Ms Berejiklian said $23 million would be spent on providing public schools access to ‘cutting edge’ STEM equipment, while another $25 million will set up the NSW STEM Foundation, as the bulk of the investment.