Everything from colleges, lawyer’s offices, to dentist offices. All these advertisements can be seen on the side of UISD school buses. "Well if that money goes to the school district, I'm all for it." But not everyone feels that way. "They're already charging taxes and everything. I'm sure they are using that to generate more income, but they are using it on the tax payers back. You know they are using tax payer property, which is the school buses to generate more income and public taxes are already high." UISD officials said they only advertise on the outside of school buses, but are looking into inside the bus advertising as well. State law does not allow for glowing ads so it doesn't distract the drivers. Alcohol or tobacco ads are also not allowed. District officials said this new way of generating money is saving positions. "And really what that translates to back in the day when we were getting cut is, we are able to save a teachers position, the salary will be able to cover that and when we get to $100,000 now we are talking about three teachers we can save in our school system." There is no cap on how much schools can make off of advertising, but the district hopes to make over $100,000 every year.