How to Opt Out of Your Teachers Union
Information for new agency fee payers (NEA/CTA)
If you are a member of CTA and considering becoming an agency fee payer, it’s a two-step process and now is the time to get started. First, you must resign from your union. Then between September 1st and November 15th, you must submit a request to receive your full rebate. (Late first-timers will get a prorated rebate.) For more info and form letters, please scroll down. Also, teachers who mention CTEN when they sign up with AAE for the first time will get a $30 discount off the regular $198 first year membership.
Information for existing agency fee payers (NEA/CTA)
If you were a member of CTA and have already become an agency fee payer, you must apply for your yearly rebate between September 1st and November 15th. For more info and form letters, please scroll down.
Information for new and existing agency fee payers (AFT/CFT)
If you are a member of AFT/CFT or UTLA, please call 888-290-8471 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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