Sosa and his nonprofit team at Yes! Our Kids Can are attempting to persuade students as young as 4 and 5 to consider college.
San Antonio's most influential ad man will help lead an advisory committee reviewing big changes to the Alamo and its surroundings.
Teachers unions will eventually get used to working in a competitive world. But first, they must realize it’s here stay.
We need to make a greater effort to get disadvantaged families thinking about college and career-planning beginning no later than first grade.
Mexican officials called upon local leaders and businesses to be vocal about the benefits of free trade and become champions for NAFTA at a national level.
I’ve been proven wrong about a lot of things since last November.
When he was a fellow at Harvard University, Lionel Sosa’s students asked him how it could be that their high-achieving Latino classmates could have friends and cousins back home on welfare or in jail.
San Antonio businessman and entrepreneur Lionel Sosa responds to Edward Speed's recent column commenting his departure from the Republican Party.
Edward Speed writes about what brought Lionel Sosa, staunch Latino Republican, to his crisis of conscience and his personal decision to break with the Republican Party in 2016.
So, have you noticed lately that many people are starting sentences with the word “so?” So, why is this?