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Several other regions including Glasgow, Dunbartonshire and Falkirk send less young people into higher education than the national average of 32 per cent.
MPs and school leaders have expressed alarm at the figures, saying the Government needs to do more to reverse the North East's poor record for getting young people into higher education.
During the visit to EA Technologies in Capenhurst, Mr Brown met with business leaders from the North-West and talked about the importance of increasing apprenticeships, internships and getting more young people into higher education.
Birmingham's universities have defended the Government's drive to get half of young people into higher education, insisting it will not render degrees worthless and leave students struggling to get a job.
A NORTH East university has been named the best in the country for encouraging more young people into higher education.
The visit was part of the government's Aim Higher initiative to get 50 per cent of young people into higher education.
The region was way behind the national average when it came to attracting young people into higher education and more work needed to be done to increase those numbers.
Here we are trying to get more young people into higher education only for the very services that should be assisting them putting barriers in the way.