As the state budget talks heat up, a pair of TV ads that will air in Albany and New York City in support of the education tax credit was released today.

The 30-second spots feature both English and Spanish narration and were first reported this morning by The Daily News.

“Imagine a New York where school children have what they need – not just math and science but art and music,” said Yohan Garcia, executive director of the League Of United Latin American Citizens Queens Council, in the ad.

The ads come as Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers negotiate the $142 billion budget proposal, which is March 31.

Cuomo this year included the education tax credit, linking it to the passage of the DREAM Act, which would provide tuition assistance to undocumented immigrants.

The tax credit is aimed at encouraging donations to public schools and scholarship programs that support private schools.

The measure is heavily supported by Senate Republicans and the Catholic Church, but faces skepticism from some Assembly Democrats and staunch opposition from the state’s teachers unions.