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eDues are Coming!

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What is eDues?

The Florida Legislature passed a new law prohibiting public sector employee unions from collecting dues via payroll deductions. eDues is the new way of collecting LCEA dues so that our members can continue to collectively organize, bargain, and maintain the programs they have developed and fought for since LCEA's foundation in the 1970s.

If you have any questions about eDues contact LCEA at

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ALL members from 2022 - 2023 must complete the eDues process or designate to pay by check by August 10th. 
Every member who is not converted to eDues or has not paid by cash/check by August 10th will have a break in membership service and will no longer be a LCEA member.

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We have new materials for our Members!

Union membership can save you money!

Your dues are minimal compared to all the benefits you receive and if something happens that you are at risk of losing your job, your union membership will help save your income and legal fees. Your benefits can save you thousands on insurance, restaurants, shopping, etc. 


There are also opportunities to make money through LCEA. We have member organizers that are paid positions and we have AFT TLP which is a professional development program with a $1500 stipend. Please reach out if you would like any more information about how union membership can save you money.

To see some of the membership benefits click the links below:

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NEA Benefits

AFT Benefits

Contacts & Benefits Information

What our members say...

"After I attended my first meeting I realized just how much my union does for me, for us, as Lake County teachers. They work hard everyday to ensure and protect our rights but they are so much more. They offer training, classes, and workshops. They offer fellowship and camaraderie between teachers. Join us and be a part of one of the largest voices in education! Good luck this year!”

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