London: R&B star Lauryn Hill says her classic album `The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill` is full of "valuable life lessons" that weren`t taught at school.
The 36-year-old singer says that through her 1998 record, she tried to get across valuable messages that weren`t taught in schools to her younger generation of fans, reported Contactmusic.
"The `Miseducation...` was sort of a play on low and high culture coming together, what I intended to get across, when there was a learning process of understanding that came from a non traditional way.
"That album was going to be an embodiment of what a more formal paradigm would call un-education or wouldn`t acknowledge, but were in fact valuable life lessons," said Hill.
The album was also her solo debut after recording with `The Fugees` and Hill admitted she was at first nervous about the tracks, but gained confidence as the recording progressed.