Page Amendment Partners

The Page Amendment was created in partnership with a number of parents, educators, student advocates, and education, government, and business leaders and organizations.

Organizational Partners

The Page Amendment is endorsed by the Minnesota Parent Union, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, MIAC, Attorney General Keith Ellison, the Minneapolis Federal Reserve, ten Tribal Nations, plus numerous education and community groups.

Additional organizations supporting the Page Amendment include:

  • Literacy Matters
  • Minnesota Africans United
  • Bois Forte Band of Chippewa
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community
  • Lower Sioux Indian Community
  • Fond Du Lac Reservation
  • Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe
  • Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
  • Prairie Island Indian Community
  • Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux (Dakota) Community
  • White Earth Reservation
  • Way to Grow
  • Ciresi Walburn Foundation for Children
  • Northside Achievement Zone
  • Migizi
  • Brightbeam
  • Bridgemakers
  • People for PSEO
  • Young Women’s Initiative (YWI)
  • Rochester Community Initiative (RCI)

Legislative partners

Quality public education is an effort that unites us all, and the amendment is proud to have the support of legislators on both sides of the aisle including:

Representatives Hodan Hassan (DFL, 62A, Minneapolis), Ron Kresha (R, 9B, Little Falls), Carlos Mariani (DFL, 65B, Saint Paul), Sondra Erickson (R, 15A, Princeton), Samantha Vang (DFL, 40B, Brooklyn Center), Jon Koznick (R, 58A, Lakeville), Jay Xiong (DFL, 67B, Saint Paul), Tama Theis (R, 14A, Saint Cloud), John Thompson (DFL, 67A, Saint Paul), Barb Haley (R, 21A, Red Wing), Tou Xiong (DFL, 53A, Maplewood), Joe Schomacker (R, 22A, Luverne), Peggy Bennett (R, 27A, Albert Lea), Dave Baker (R, 17B, Willmar), Peggy Scott (R, 35B, Andover), Tony Albright (R, 55B, Prior Lake)

Community partners

The Page Amendment is building a passionate coalition of Minnesota citizens, parents, students and student activists, teachers, and school leaders. If you’re interested in adding your voice to the campaign, get involved here.