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CandySuperCool

When do public and private schools normally teach web design?

Answered by OldWizard209 [earned 5 cycles]
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OldWizard209

So in the school i go in, there are two courses i can pick:

  1. Coding,
  2. Innovative Product Design.

And both teach how to make websites, coding course teaches from coding using HTML, CSS, JS, and product design teaches from Google Sites and CAnva. And my old school was going to teach us Python basics in grade 10. I am younger than that and I already know Python and web design.

So honestly, it depends, some schools don't even teach that at all. Some will teach on course selection, some teach in high school mostly

Ps: my school is private.

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CandySuperCool

What grade are you in? Just wondering, cause I"m private too @OldWizard209

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Coder100

dependent on the school.
My school teaches computer science, but web design is usually taught at the college level (citation needed) because it is quite industry-specific and doesn't really teach you anything useful.

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CandySuperCool

My CS teacher said that making HTML/CSS Buttons is 6th/7th grade. What kind of school is that? @Coder100

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Coder100

@WilliamXing well
that's not really web design

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Coder100

i mean honestly
the internet is much better place to learn HTML then anything schools can teach you ironically
@WilliamXing

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StephenCMorales

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AKramer1983

Usually, schools teach only theoretical material, which is quite different from practice. In web design schools, you get information that you have to rethink and use. Moreover, your preferences may be different from the teachers' preferences. Therefore, to become a successful web designer, I recommend you to try to make real orders. It will help you get to know the whole field of https://freelance-web.design design better and get to know real clients. This is the only way you will succeed.

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Partradams

I also have a private school. I was more engaged in coding because it attracted me back in junior high. Everything changed when we began to teach web design more, and it became much easier for me. There is also a lot of potential in web design for developing and demonstrating my creative skills. And since I have been going to art courses, this will help my sites be much more creative than my classmates. I'm also sure that they will take me to a cheap web design company https://mywebadvantage.com/ if I continue to develop in this. I have studied this issue a lot, and I'm sure that this company is the most creative of all that I have found.

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CandySuperCool

You're good! @Partradams

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IMayBeMe

I don’t know about schools in general but my school teaches garbage modified python and terrible html/css and no js which is pretty limited. I would assume that schools start actually teaching programming in high school but for me right now, I can probably learn more in one day of googling the whole year in school