AB 1950 (Campos-D)

Establishes the Career Education Incentive Program, and states legislative intent to appropriate $250 million from the Budget Act of 2015-16 for purposes of the program. Authorizes school districts, county offices of education, charter schools, and community college districts to establish career education consortia for the delivery of high quality, cost-efficient college and career preparation programs in grades K-12. Specifies criteria for the receipt and expenditure of the state funding to be allocated to these consortia, according to grade-appropriate career awareness, exploration, and preparation activities.