The NSW government will spend almost $150 million to upgrade high schools across the state if re-elected at the March election.

Education Minister Adrian Piccoli says $148 million will be injected into almost 60 secondary schools across NSW, if the Baird government wins the March 28 poll. “The upgrades will improve the schools’ amenity, enhance learning spaces and how they present to their local community,” Mr Piccoli announced in a statement….