To cite educational standards on a references page, include
To cite educational standards on a references page, include the author’s name, copyright year, title, publisher and location of publication. Format standards in the following manner: Author(s). (Year published).
Format: Government Department (Year published). Document title. Location: Publisher.
The Common Core outlines a series of standards to help teachers and parents identify learning goals for students in grades K-12. These standards are organized into two frameworks for ELA/Literacy and Math.
In-text citation: (Organization That Made the Standard, year). Note the comma after the name in the citation and the title in italics in the reference. Reference: Organization That Made the Standard. (year).
APA (American Psychological Association) is used by Education, Psychology, and Sciences. MLA (Modern Language Association) style is used by the Humanities. Chicago/Turabian style is generally used by Business, History, and the Fine Arts.
When referencing New Zealand Standards, include the standard number in brackets after the title. For example: Standards New Zealand. (Date).
Citations should include some clue that it is a standard, the issuing agency (or publication name), standard number, and standard title (at a minimum). Most style guides also prefer a publication date if it is not obvious from the standard number.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
[Reference Number] Standard Issuing Body, year, “Standard Name,” Number.  IEEE, 1992, “Scalable Coherent Interface,” IEEE Std. 1596-1992. Use Square Brackets to reference the citation.
Description: This page contains information and statistical reports on school personnel, as well as instructions on collecting and reporting data. Resource/Citation: NYSED. “Teacher and Staff Data.” New York State Education Department, 11 Jan. 2016.
Authors first and last name (if available) or Title of Responsible Body , ‘Title of Document’, Edition (if required), (Place of publication: publisher, year published), page number/s. Australian Government, ‘The Australian Immunization Handbook’, p. 11.
Content standards were designed to encourage the highest achievement of every student, by defining the knowledge, concepts, and skills that students should acquire at each grade level.
The Common Core State Standards (frequently known as just Common Core) are a set of K-12 educational standards in math and language arts. 45 states have adopted Common Core, including California.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. ASHRAE Standard : Standards for Natural and Mechanical Ventilation. New York :The Society, 1973.
Most of the differences between Chicago (Turabian) and APA Styles involve in-text citations. … APA Style also includes the year of publication of the source, but Chicago (Turabian) Style does not. Chicago (Turabian) Style also allows the use of footnotes, rather than in-text citations, to cite your sources.
Start the reference string with the basic designation of the standard. For example, “ASTM Standard C33.” Add the edition or version, separated by a comma, from the basic designation. For example, “ASTM Standard C33, 2003.” If ASTM has published a revision, cite the revised version.
Full in-text citations should list the organization, year, and the specific sections referenced. For the PCAOB Auditing Standards, numbers refer to chapter and paragraphs. For the FASB Accounting Standards Codification, the numbers refer to area, topic, subtopic, and section.
City (State, Province or Country) of Publication: Publisher; Year of publication/approval. (Standard Number). Using the ANSI standard from the discussion of Chicago style references above, this would take the form: American National Standards Institute.
Use the following template to cite a website using the ASME citation style. Template:  Author Surname, A., Year Published, ‘Title’ [Online]. Available: http://Website-Url.
Citation Styles for “ASME boiler and pressure vessel code.”
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. (1900). ASME boiler and pressure vessel code. New York: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Boiler and Pressure Vessel Committee.