I asked soft questions that aren't really about the study of mathematics as a discipline, but were nonetheless welcomed
I am planning to teach mathematics at the secondary level. I expect I'll have to teach the first 4 years at a U.S. high-need school, which is not a problem; I am in favor of educational equity. Ideally, I would actually teach math, have meaningful discussions with students, but hardly ever waste class time on chores like handling misconduct. Can anyone suggest how to identify a high-need school where there is a good chance you will teach math to bright or gifted students?
Would this be on-topic at MSE and are there users with any teaching experience that could answer this question?