Quality Education As A Civil Right: Renewed Push For Page Amendment At The CapitolA proposal to ensure a quality public education as a constitutional right is resurfacing at the Minnesota State Capitol, an effort that supporters say takes on new urgency with the pandemic widening an already vast achievement gap that hurts poorer Minnesota children and students of color. 
'We Have To Stop Segregating Ourselves': Justice Alan Page Reflects On Racism In MinnesotaA city known most widely for being cold is now known as a hotbed of social tension. It's a sight that revered Minneapolis resident Alan Page saw coming.
New Proposal Aims To Close Achievement Gap In MinnesotaA recent study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis said Minnesota has become one of the worst states for education disparities.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment Seeks To Close Achievement GapMinnesota voters could be choosing more than a new President, Congress and state lawmakers this coming November.
2 Prominent Minnesota Leaders Propose Constitutional Amendment To Tackle Achievement GapsTwo Minnesota leaders have an idea to close the state’s persistent and numerous achievement gaps in education.
Alan Page Brings Medal Of Freedom To His Namesake Minneapolis SchoolThe football Hall-of-Famer and former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice went to the school named after him, Justice Page Middle School in south Minneapolis.
Alan Page Receives Presidential Medal Of FreedomRetired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice and former Vikings player Alan Page has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Diane Sims Page Honored For Commitment To EducationAlan and Diane Page launched the Page Education Foundation in 1988.
Alan Page To Receive Presidential Medal Of FreedomPresident Donald Trump has announced his first recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and they include a former Minnesota Viking who served on the state's Supreme Court for 22 years, the wife of a major Republican Party donor, the longest-serving Republican senator in U.S. history, Elvis Presley and Babe Ruth.
'She Loved Encouraging People': Alan Page Carries On Tradition In Dedication To Late WifeAlan Page’s wife died eight days ago, but he was still outside his house on the marathon route cheering on all the runners.
Celebrating The Life & Legacy Of Diane PageDiane Page, the co-founder and executive director of the Page Education Foundation, died Saturday after a battle with breast cancer. She was the wife of former Minnesota Viking and former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page.