Well maybe part of educating people it telling them AI art has been around as long as computers have had monitors.
Fractals for example are made using AI
People have also used AI for a lot fo 3D graphics to make textures, produce organic looking landscapes, and making leaves/grass.
The difference now is copyright. I think most people would be OK with people using AI from a code they made or using AI in a software to make the next superhero movie. The issue now is more stealing art from other people and trying to claim it is original.
I think if technology evolves, people will also evolve. When the camera was invented, people thought art was dead. But I feel like in the long run, it sort of encouraged people to draw more abstractly and create drawings of things that could not exist in real life. Similar with digital art. Digital art has not killed off traditional art and there are some people who use a mix of both when they create.
I think for educating kids. Kids will like what they like. I think people will notice if something is soulless, heck look at the Grubhub ads discourse or the cooperate style.