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School Employee Benefits

The California Supreme Court ruled that a group of substitute teachers and other school employees are eligible for unemployment benefits during the summer sessions that “resemble other academic terms of the school year in terms of enrollment, staffing, budget, instructional program or other objective criteria.”

SAN FRANCISCO – The California Supreme Court ruled that a group of substitute teachers and other school employees are eligible for unemployment benefits during the summer sessions that “resemble other academic terms of the school year in terms of enrollment, staffing, budget, instructional program or other objective criteria.”

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