Teachers and other school employees generally do not qualify for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits during breaks in the school year or the time between school years or terms. This applies when:
Reasonable assurance exists when an educational institution:
If you work for an educational institution and lose your job through no fault of your own, you might qualify for UI benefits. For example, if your employer discharged or fired you because you could not meet their performance or production standards, or their qualifications for the job
Other examples include:
The UI law is complex. We determine eligibility for benefits on a case-by-case basis. We will review your claim to decide if you qualify.
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