Plaintiffs in a decade-long fight to increase and more fairly distribute state education dollars aren’t going away without a fight. The Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding on Friday filed a 20-page motion asking State Supreme Court to reconsider its Jan. 17 decision in favor of the state. “There is no real dispute that thousands of Connecticut students are not obtaining the benefits intended to be afforded by an elementary and secondary school education,” reads the motion filed just before a 5 p.m. Friday deadline. The high court’s constitutional floor offers no protection to students who are at-risk, the motion argues. And the conclusion, it continues, is premature.