Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday will be promoting his $150 million version of the education investment tax credit legislation to the Jewish community in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Flatbush.

The 1:15 p.m. event at the Yeshivat Shaare Torah school was announced in an email to friends and supporters of Agudath Israel this afternoon.

“This is a bold legislative proposal that would for the first time in the history of New York create a tuition tax credit that could make a real difference for thousands of needy tuition paying families in our community,” wrote Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel in the email.

The tax credit legislation is meant to encourage donations to public schools as well as scholarship programs for private schools. The measure would also provide a tax credit to teachers who purchase school supplies and enable students from low-income families greater flexibility in transferring to a different school district.

Among the measures backers are supporters and operators of parochial schools, who see the legislation has key to keeping some struggling schools open.

Cuomo’s version of the bill was renamed the Parental Choice in Education Act.

The tax credit legislation was included in Cuomo’s budget proposal tied to the DREAM Act, a measure that would provide tuition assistance to undocumented immigrants. Both measures fell out of the budget negotiations.

Cuomo this week pushed the revamped tax credit bill in appearances in Buffalo and on Long Island, with Cardinal Timothy Dolan joining him.