K-12 decision makers generally have taken a wait-and-see attitude about digital video discs (DVD), the technology expected to replace CD-ROM. But a decision by the nation's leading education software company might hasten the day when schools begin the wholesale transition to the new format.

The Learning Company (TLC) unveiled a clutch of new software titles at May's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Atlanta, and three of the most popular titles now are on DVDs. DVD is a relatively new technology with a huge storage capacity and high-quality video output. Industry insiders are saying that TLC's lead

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