Brooklyn Assemblyman Karim Camara, who will soon join Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration to lead its faith-based policies office, will headline on Wednesday a rally held by the education reform group StudentsFirstNY.

The group, which is aligned with Cuomo’s efforts to strengthen charter schools and create a more stringent teacher evaluation system, will hold a rally at the Medgar Evers College Founders Auditorium in Brooklyn.

Camara will be joined by New York City public school parents and StudentsFirstNY organizing director Tenicka Boyd.

The rally, which starts at 6:30 p.m., comes as both sides of the education policy debate prepare to dig in over the next coming weeks.

Cuomo’s $142 billion budget proposal, due to pass by March 31, includes a $1.1 billion funding increase for schools, though much of that spending is tied to the governor’s education policy measures.

In addition to changing the evaluation system, Cuomo wants to make it harder for teachers to obtain tenure, easier for the state to takeover failing schools and reward high-scoring teachers with a $20,000 bonus.

The push has the governor crosswise with the state’s teachers unions, who are pointing to Cuomo’s generous campaign support from wealthy backers of charter schools.