"If you have to teach another ten years, and you have a 65 or 70-year-old teacher who has to run after a first grader or second grader, I just think that puts kids at risk and could be a liability for the state," said Ponder.
Ponder says the biggest misconception is people thinking teachers get free pensions. He says he doesn't think Tuesday's vote will be the final word on pension reform.
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