Every dollar works for every student.


Empower education leaders with solutions to equitably and effectively administer resources.

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We believe the solution to the opportunity gap starts with closing the resource gap.

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We believe school leaders are uniquely qualified to contribute to resource strategy.

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We believe budgets are moral documents and transparency is rooted in understanding.

Where We’re Going

From the classroom to central office—one process at a time.

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Allovue was founded in 2013 by a former middle school teacher who saw first-hand how budgeting impacts student success. Our founding team brought together inspired professionals with backgrounds in education, product, and marketing to build innovative education finance technology (EdFinTech). This commitment is reflected in our recruitment, hiring and compensation practices, software development, and the educational resources that we share with the world.


EdFinTech connects education, finance, and technology to meet the needs of education decision-makers.

 We’re building EdFinTech solutions because we believe that effective resource allocation is directly correlated with student success. Today, Allovue works with districts and state departments of education across the country to create solutions for financial operations so that every dollar can work for every student. We’re pushing toward the future where administrative work is well-orchestrated across finance, human resources, and operations teams.


Allovue was acquired by PowerSchool in 2024 to supports the expansion of PowerSchool’s financial management, analytics, and workflow capabilities.

In the Media

Check out the highlights below or visit our press page for the latest announcements and news.

Is ESSER Money Being Spent or Not?
Read on the Albert Shanker Institute Blog
Most of the US is dealing with a teaching shortage, but the data isn't so simple
Read on ABC News
Diverse group of school administrators
Baltimore's edtech economy is booming from Covid-era funding
Read on Baltimore Business Journal

We’re removing “convoluted” from K-12 finance.