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Lea or LEA may refer to:


  • Places 1
  • People 2
  • Education 3
  • Entertainment 4
  • Government and politics 5
  • Military 6
  • Technology 7
  • Other uses 8
  • See also 9




  • Lea College, a defunct private liberal arts college in Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States
  • Local education agency, a public school district or public charter school in the United States
  • Local education authority, the part of a council in England or Wales responsible for education within that council's jurisdiction


Government and politics



Other uses

  • Lea (unit), a variable and obsolete measure of length
  • LEA proteins, proteins that protect against desiccation and freezing
  • Laredo Energy Arena, a hockey stadium in Laredo, Texas, United States
  • Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA), an American automotive parts supplier
  • Shabunda Lega language (ISO-639-3: lea), spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • LEA, Licensed Electrical Assessment, Australia

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