Senate Republicans rejected a proposed three-year extension of mayoral control of New York City schools in a one-house budget resolution and called for hearings on the issue.

The GOP conference — which has been at odds with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, a liberal Democrat who in 2014 sought to flip the chamber to Democratic control — rejected the extension “without prejudice” according, to the resolution’s language.

“Prior to granting any significant extension of this authority, the Senate believes public hearings should be held to assess the current structure and identify any possible areas of improvement including but not limited to creating heightened parental involvement in Community Education Councils and the Panel for Education Policy,” the resolution states.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who had been a financial backer of the Senate Republicans’ political efforts, received multiple mayoral control extensions during his time in office.

But at the same time, it’s noted in the Senate resolution during the last “significant extension” in mayoral control in 2009, the Legislature held five hearings on the issue.

De Blasio once again this session will have to seek a retention of mayoral control of city schools after Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Legislature approved a 12-month extension of the policy.