My own interpretation. "Will" is said when and action is definite. It is going to happen. "I will go to school" means that the person is going to go to school and it is a fact.
"Would" is not a definite action that is going to take place, but it is a possibility for it to happen. For example: "I would go to school, if I could study English". The person will go to school, if he can study English. It is suggesting a desire, but the desire is depending in something.
Fact : will (it is going to happen), can (it is possible to do it)
Suggestive: would (something is possible to happen, but it is not definite) , could
Hopefully that helped:)