What happens if I don’t teach one semester but start up again the following one?

You lose your coverage for the semester you don't teach six hours, but you can re-apply for coverage (by submitting the application forms) if you resume six hours the next semester. If you do not teach for a semester in each of two out of three consecutive academic years, you will have to re-establish your eligibility by teaching six hours in the semester during which you apply for benefits, and at least one class in the previous two consecutive semesters.

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