Can we say. " According to educationalists, learning english is more interesting than any other subjects"
Educationalist is a proper word. It means a person who has a special knowledge of the principles and methods of teaching. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/educationalist
Also, I would say that it is "learning English" that is being compared, not "English" and so would add "learning" to the "other subjects".
According to educationalists, learning English is more interesting than learning any other subject.
Edit: I just realized that comparing learning one subject, English, to learning any other subjects, plural, doesn't sound right so the last word should probably be singular.
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