January 11, 2021 – Baltimore, MD – Allovue announces a new collaboration with PowerSchool, a leading provider of K-12 education technology solutions, to provide seamless access to a suite of collaborative financial tools for school and district administrators. Allovue will complement the PowerSchool BusinessPlus experience with complementary...Read More
Baltimore, MD- June 22, 2017 - Allovue, a Baltimore-based education finance technology company, and Reason Foundation are pleased to announce the second annual Future of Education Finance Summit, which will be held on July 17 at the Four Seasons Hotel and Conference Center in Baltimore, MD.Read More
(Baltimore, MD) March 1, 2017 — Allovue, a pioneering education finance technology company, today launched ESSA Ready - a web site to support K-12 school leaders as they prepare their financial reports for compliance under the new regulations of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Created for district and school-level leaders, the site is a...Read More
(Baltimore, MD) February 1, 2017 — Allovue, a pioneering education finance technology company, today announced the addition of a long-awaited budgeting product to its signature software platform, Balance. Balance Budget was built to simplify the time-consuming process of creating and managing district budgets across central office departments and...Read More
(Baltimore, MD) November 1, 2016 - Allovue, Inc., a Baltimore-based education finance technology company, is pleased to announce its move into R-House, a brand new two-story multi-use space at 29th Street & Remington Avenue, in the fast-growing Remington neighborhood of Baltimore City. The move represents Allovue’s investment in Baltimore’s...Read More
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Baltimore, MD - July 12, 2016 - Education, finance, and technology experts show how innovative school districts are using student-based budgeting to improve outcomes and teachers’ salaries; tech that advances school productivity, budgeting transparency; and ways states and districts are getting more for their education dollars.