Yet before we tell you how, a short lesson about fish. (We're Menagerie. We like cute animals.) Groups of fish are not called schools—despite what your teacher told you. If the fish are just milling around, chatting and blubbing, they're actually called shoals. (Write this down, pupil, there will be a test later. Shoal.) However, when fish all get moving in the same direction, then that's called schooling. We believe a lot of today's educational system is just shoaling. Kids slumping around, bored, disengaged, waiting for the next text. These children are not a team, they're just small humans facing the same direction: sometimes toward a chalkboard, sometimes toward a screen. Our tools for creating online community ecosystems can help kids create teams to organize their learning. As part of connected communities, they can lead and teach one another, design solutions on their own, and build their knowledge in a permanent way that can be visible on a blockchain. The teacher becomes more like a coach, coordinating their efforts. Menagerie can turn shoaling into schooling. One way we turn shoaling into schooling? Menagerie integrates with the metaverse. The metaverse is a virtual, 3D world. Students enter the metaverse through VR goggles or regular internet screens. We believe the metaverse can take over 70 percent of remote and in-person learning.