The network organized 18 sessions in ECER 2021. In 2021, the Special Call of the network focused on Sociologies of Learning: Spaces, Knowledge, Technologies and Ontologies. In the network call, we invited scholars to examine why and how has ’learning’ replaced more established practices and semantics in the European and OECD policy dicourse through a sociological lens. Submissions engaged with the ‘sociologies of learning’, mobilizing sociological theoretical and methodological resources to explore learning ‘as a phenomenon produced through the intra-action of a multiplicity of paths, networks and processes’ that shapes the future of education and poses challenge to the sociology of education itself. Questioning its contents, purposes, modalities, relationships and ontologies, contributions aimed to unbox ’learning’ as a sociological and political object. As a network tradition, we had an invited speaker to open the conference: Professor Deborah Youdell gave a lecture about The Promise of the Encounter Between Sociologies and Biosciences in Education.