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October 01, 2009

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Anon

Actually, it is likely the small schools (less than 250 loans) that will have the biggest problem because of problems associated with scale (there'a a base-level of work that needs to be done in any transition - 5 loans or 5,000) amd those small schools can least make resources available to make the transition.

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