Everybody's favorite complainer Kristen Stewart has opened up about something else that she doesn't like: her teachers. Apparently Kristen started acting when she was only 8 years old, and claims that she was "slightly embarrassed" that she had such strong ambitions at that age. You say "ambition," I say "pushy stage mom." But since Kristen already felt weird about being out of class on acting jobs, she believes her teachers should have done more work helping her out in her off time, which by the way was probably also their off time. Stewart insists they "failed" to support her while she missed class, forcing her to decide to be home schooled. "They failed me," she told Britain's GQ. "Not one, but all of them." I don't think opting out of the second grade to do Chef Boyardee commercials is something you can put off on your teachers. In fact, I think one of the reasons there is home schooling is for kids like her. On the other hand, if she would have gotten to go to fun high school events, maybe she could have attended a pep rally or two and learned how to turn that frown upside down. But at the end everybody else in her school won. As much as this girl bitches, it's a blessing she was home schooled. Being in a class with her sounds like a huge bummer.