(Minneapolis, MN) -- State, local and education leaders agree on the need for a statewide plan to ensure quality education -- but how they achieve that goal is a point of debate. Retired state Supreme Court Justice Alan Page and president of the Federal Reserve in Minneapolis, Neel Kashkari, are backing a constitutional amendment to make quality education a civil right for all children. Parents could take legal action if schools don't meet constitutional requirements. Yesterday at a meeting to discuss forming a coalition to back the plan, participants agreed the achievement gap must be closed. But, critics worry establishing state standards for education could leave behind poorer districts that cannot afford major improvements.