During our door to door surveys in different low income areas and communities, we tried to understand the root of failure of achieving quality education. We agree that while enrollment is approaching near 100%, quality education leaves much to be desired. Failure of Public schools in delivering quality education caused a shift of children to private schools mostly affordable private schools. Whereas, affordable private schools are large in number and are catering the need of education of families from lower income group by at least providing a child-minding facility they have poor output in terms of quality education due to lack of facilities and untrained teachers that can be hired at low cost. Affording good teachers, better infrastructure and adopting innovative teaching methods needs investment and mindset shift of the owner which is out of reach of these schools. In our surveys, we also found that most of the school owner/ leaders have not that level of understanding through which they can undertake innovative activities which gives better output in today’s context. They see these school as source of income with minimal work and attaining benefit of RTE money.