Basically all of the districts around here use AppliTrack, which has generic questions for you to answer. One I don't know what to put down is where it asks "For the subject areas below in which you meet the federal highly qualified standard, select the method used to meet the standard. Only select a method for those subjects in which you meet the federal highly qualified standard." With the options being: State Content Test/Praxis/NTE Undergraduate Major Undergraduate Credits Equivalent to Major (30) Graduate Degree State Advanced Certification I took 36 credits of History as my content area. What would I put? I'm guessing Undergrad credits? Another one, where I am unsure if my answer is too long winded or not is where it asks "List any additional information which will help in determining your professional qualifications for a position." where I put: I have extensive knowledge of the appropriate and proper application of special education law from both of the point of view of the student and that of the district - as there must be a delicate balance with regards to services rendered, due to the resources available to both parties. As part of my student teaching, I took online professional development courses: Bullying, Harassment, and Intimidation Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect Identifying Drug and Alcohol Abuse Recognizing Cyberbullying Youth Suicide Awareness & Prevention I'm thinking of ditching the first bit, just listing the PD. Then there is "Can you perform all the essential job function(s) of the position(s) for which you are applying, with or without reasonable accommodation?" Yes/No. I'm thinking of putting Yes, then "I need access to technology in the classroom as I have a disability which impairs my ability to write legibly." As that seems like a good way to state my disabilities without giving them my whole life story in an application. Any opinions before I submit these applications would be appreciated. Thanks.