School and corruption

“I have two children. I want both of them to get a good education. Education in English. I never got an opportunity to visit a school in my village, and thus, I’m driving an auto to feed my family. I don’t want my children to go through these hassles. But the city and people here don’t want my children to succeed in life. The system is made like this; If I want them to apply in an English school, they will ask me for huge donations. You tell me, how can I afford 1 lakh (one hundred thousands) rupees?  And why do they do this? Just because they found out their father is an auto driver, the school would come up with excuses not to accept them. They did a background check on me, and after that, I got a letter saying they have denied admissions to my children.”