With a total number of 103 submissions, the network attracted more submissions than in recent years. However, there were quite some late withdrawals this year, as a result of which the programme had to be rearranged several times. Session quality was good. This year’s programme included five joint sessions, including two joint symposia. These sessions had been planned with NW24 (Mathematics Education Research), NW27 (Didactics – Learning and Teaching) and NW31 (LEd – Network on Language and Education). In addition, the NW16 programme included a two-part symposium that focused on the content of the ‘Second Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education’. The handbook includes contributions from several colleagues who participate in the network, and was launched at the conference.