Poorest of the World chooses private schools

I found "Welcome to easyLearn, Class 1: While our unions whinge and our children fail, the slums of Africa have a lesson for us" very appropriate: public schools are failing all over the world. The only way to fix it is to take the matters into one's own hands and even the very poor in third world nations are doing just that: voting with their money. If you think the poor has it "hard" here in the U.S., read the article: those in the "third world" are much more dedicated than your typical American poor. Here's a great quote:
One father, living in the Kenyan slum of Kibera, summarised it like this: “If you go to a market and are offered free fruit and vegetables, you know they’ll be rotten. If you want fresh produce, you have to pay for it.”
So, how much are you paying for you and your children's education?