State lawmakers were back at the capitol for a special session Wednesday to consider renewing the mayor's control of city's schools, but it is not clear if there is an agreement yet.

Lawmakers left Albany last week without deals on that and other issues, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who is in favor of extending mayoral control, summoned them back.

The Assembly stayed late into the night waiting for a bill to be printed, while the Senate went home early.

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie: I just updated the conference on where things are. I don't have a final bill yet, so I can't even give you a final opinion. I have to wait until the bill comes out.

NY1's Zack Fink: Would you call it a deal?

Heastie: I have to see what the bill says.

Mayoral control is set to expire Friday night if lawmakers cannot reach a deal.

If that happens, the city would go back to the old board of education system.