How is plagiarism defined in AP Computer Science Principles (CSP)?

Plagiarism in AP Computer Science Principles means using someone else's work without giving them credit. This includes program code, media, data, information, or evidence created by someone else. Teachers must educate students on how to properly use and credit the work of others and emphasize the consequences of plagiarism. Additionally, students are not permitted to use practice performance tasks used within class within their final submission. Each student must express their unique voice clearly in their written responses. 

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