[English as a second language programs paying security's price][1].

Olin and 20 to 30 other so-called intensive English programs enroll at least a fifth of the 30,000 foreign students who come to Massachusetts each year. But since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks these schools have lost an average of 25 to 50 percent of their business. At least three companies have closed their Boston branches altogether.

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