In language assessment we generally proceed on the basis that (a) there is a well-established body of knowledge in the language/s concerned, and (b) the focus of assessment is on individuals. I argue that with marginalized indigenous languages our first priority is to find out about community language resources and practices, and build assessment on this knowledge.

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