首先，家长确保孩子在新学年开始时有最好的私人教师(Varma, 2005)。这个问题以前是否与孩子讨论过。虽然有些老师可以在他们的车库里安排一个40人的班级进行私人辅导，但有些老师一次只能安排4到15人。有些老师对自己的专业非常投入，一分钱也不收，但如今私人辅导大多是商业性质的，但更重要的是，我们应该关注学生通过这些私人辅导课程获得某种终身知识，而不是仅仅通过考试来“学习”。此外，学生们在整个学术生涯中都表现出色，但却无法应对“现实生活”的其他领域，如工作、社交等。2008年，纳文·拉姆古拉姆博士提出了莫里斯·伊尔·耐久(Maurice Ile耐久)的概念，以确保国家的可持续发展。这一新概念将成为推动中国成为一个智能民族国家的关键因素。可持续性教育可主要通过学校使毛里求斯人更加敏感。但是，这将需要从课程和儿童发展机会的角度审查目前的教育制度。这一概念能否成功地结合也将在很大程度上取决于政府和教育机构在促进音乐、体育和艺术等课外活动方面的合作。此外，学习的目的应是提高对经济、社会、政治和生态问题的认识，而不是仅仅集中在学术问题上。
To start with, parents ensure that children have the ‘best’ private tuition teacher at the beginning of the school year (Varma, 2005). This issue may or may not have been previously discussed with the child. While there are teachers who can manage to have a class of 40 in their garages for private tuitions, some teachers have a limit of 4 to 15 at a time. Some teachers are very committed to their profession and won’t charge a cent, however nowadays private tutoring is mostly business .But more importantly, we should concern ourselves with students actually acquiring some sort of lifelong knowledge through these private tuition sessions instead of ‘learning’ restricted to passing exams only. In addition, students have been found to be excellent throughout their academic career, but unable to cope with other spheres of ‘real life’, for instance work, socializing, etc.The concept Maurice Ile Durable was introduced in 2008 by Dr. Navin Ramgoolam as a means to ensure Sustainable Development of the country. This new concept will be the key driver to transforming the country into an intelligent nation state.Education for sustainability can sensitize Mauritians mainly through schools. This would however require a review of the current education system in terms of the curriculum and opportunities for the development of the child. The successful integration of this concept would also largely depend on the collaboration of the government and educational institutions in promoting extra-curricular activities like music, sports and arts. Moreover, learning should be geared towards creating awareness of economic, social, political and ecological issues, rather than the focus being solely on academic subjects.