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    I am a high school teacher working out of a Long Island public school for the past 4 months. I am pregnant and due in a month. I know that I am not eligible for the FMLA protection, however, I am wondering about any other laws that protect me.

    I was told by my employer that I will not be covered for a six week leave but rather only for the days I have in my sick bank (13). In addition, I will not have health insurance past those 13 days. They suggested that the only alternative I have if I can't return after my 13 days is to apply for a leave of absence which will not allow me to return to work until next September- with out pay or insurance. Furthermore, I was told that I don't qualify for disability either.

    Does this seem right?

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    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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