New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio reiterated his support for a permanent extension of mayoral control of city schools in Albany on Wednesday, but acknowledged at the same time a three-year extension is more likely.

“It’s the only logical solution — clearly it should be made permanent,” de Blasio said after meeting with Gov. Andrew Cuomo this morning.

The Democratic-led Assembly last week approved an extension of mayoral control that is due to expire in 2018. The legislation makes few changes to the program, though is a far shorter amount of time than given de Blasio’s predecessor, Michael Bloomberg.

Senate Republicans have called for unspecified changes to mayoral control, though at least one GOP lawmaker — Brooklyn Sen. Marty Golden — backs its continuation.

“If three years is the practical possibility right now, that will at least help us try to move forward and make the changes in our schools,” de Blasio said.

Cuomo and de Blasio huddled privately for about an hour earlier this morning as the mayor seeks extensions not just for mayoral control, but also for rent control, due to sunset next month. At the same time, de Blasio wants to alter the 421a tax abatement program to include more affordable housing options.

“These are priorities for us,” de Blasio said. “They’re going to have huge impact on our people and they are things we expect Albany to be responsible on and to act on.”

Not changing 421a — as some state lawmakers said is most likely — would be “irresponsible” of the Legislature, de Blasio said.

“You can’t simply extend 421a without reforming it,” he said. “If you extend it, it just constitutes more giveaways to developers and less ability to create affordable housing.”

Counting today, there are 12 session days remaining on the calendar.

“In Albany terms,” de Blasio said, “there’s a lot of time left on the clock.”