To Save Themselves, Jewish Institutions Must Embrace the 'Modern Family’

The Jewish family no longer comprises two Jewish parents and 2.5 children. If Jewish shuls, centers and schools acknowledged this, they might earn the same success as the TV show.

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Last Wednesday evening marked the 100th episode of the popular sitcom Modern Family. This milestone is a sign of success for all television shows, and is certainly a result of a large pool of viewership: the...